As an associate member of the Litigation Practice Group, Sal serves clients tirelessly by building strong, trusting relationships, guiding them through each step of litigation, and communicating often and honestly. He draws upon his vast experience conducting legal research for attorneys and judges to frame his clients’ issues clearly while providing detailed analysis, always striving meet his clients’ objectives in a prompt and efficient manner. He has experience with constitutional issues, complex commercial litigation, employment issues, civil rights cases, and Social Security matters, among other legal areas.
Service is of the utmost importance to Sal. He has been a member of the Pennsylvania Army National Guard for over 15 years, serving as a Staff Sergeant and Chief of Section in Alpha Battery, 1st Battalion 109th Field Artillery Regiment. He deployed to Baghdad, Iraq, in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom from 2008 through 2009 as well as across Pennsylvania many times in support of missions for disaster relief, civil unrest, and COVID-19.
Sal was a summer associate at McNees in 2019, working primarily with the Litigation and Labor & Employment Practice Groups to collaborate with attorneys, draft memos, and conduct research. And as an extern and term clerk for Chief Magistrate Judge Susan E. Schwab of the United States Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania, he managed his portion of the docket and attended conference calls and hearings, drafted opinions and orders for Judge Schwab, and completed other tasks to support her courtroom.
In 2020, Sal earned his Juris Doctor from Widener University Commonwealth Law School, graduating cum laude. There, he was Editor-in-Chief of the Widener Commonwealth Law Review, president of the Widener Commonwealth Veterans Association, and a member of the Moot Court Honor Society. Sal earned the Widener Commonwealth Law School Outstanding Service Award, Law Review Award for Distinguished Legal Scholarship, and Best Student Article. He graduated in 2011 from the University of Scranton with a Bachelor of Science degree in International Business and a minor in Leadership.
How does Salvatore spend his free time?
Sal enjoys cooking, especially Italian food and barbeque. He also likes to walk, hike, and bike around the area, as well as play board games, with his wife and daughter. Sal lives with his family and two dogs in New Cumberland.
University of Scranton, B.S. International Business, 2011
Widener Commonwealth Law School, cum laude, 2020, Editor-in-Chief, Widener Commonwealth Law Review
Bowman Inn of Court, associate member
Widener Commonwealth Law School Alumni Association, Member
Pennsylvania Bar Association
Federal Bar Association