Westmoreland County Lawyer Antoniono to Serve as Pennsylvania Bar Association Vice President

HARRISBURG, Pa. (May 1, 2024) — James R. Antoniono of DeBernardo, Antoniono, McCabe and Davis PC, Greensburg, will begin his term as vice president of the Pennsylvania Bar Association (PBA) at the conclusion of the association’s House of Delegates meeting on May 10 in Hershey.

Antoniono previously served a three-year term as PBA treasurer. He is a member of the PBA LGBTQ+ Rights, Minority Bar and Quality of Life/Balance committees and Civil Litigation; Real Property, Probate and Trust Law; and Solo and Small Firm sections. Previously, he served as chair of the Finance, Investment and Planning committees and was a zone governor on PBA Board of Governors. He is also a former president and past treasurer of the PBA Conference of County Bar Leaders, which organizes a yearly educational conference for bar leaders.

Within the Pennsylvania Bar Foundation, the charitable arm of the PBA, Antoniono has served on the Board of Directors and as chair of the Bylaws, Finance, Governance and Investment committees.

Active in his local bar association, Antoniono is a past president of the Westmoreland Bar Association and a recipient of the Westmoreland County President’s Award. He is also a past chair of the Westmoreland Bar Foundation.

Antoniono is a past president of the Westmoreland County Academy of Trial Lawyers and the Western Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association. He is a past board member of the Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association and a past board member of the Duquesne Law Alumni Association. He is also a member of the National Conference of Bar Presidents Finance and Investment Committee.

He currently serves on the board of directors of the Pheple Federal Credit Union and is a member of the McCourtney Institute for Democracy Board of Visitors at Penn State University.

Antoniono holds a bachelor’s degree from Penn State University; a master’s degree from Rutgers University, where he was an Eagleton Fellow; and a Juris Doctor from Duquesne University School of Law. During his four years of active duty in the Army, he received the Army Commendation Medal and was discharged as a staff sergeant.