Judge Charles A. Clement, Jr.
Charles A. Clement, Jr. was appointed to serve on the Court of Judicial Discipline by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania on April 8, 2011. He is just completing his 22nd year of serving as a Magisterial District Judge in Cumberland County. Judge Clement previously served on the Judicial Conduct Board for four years (2005-2009) in the roles of Board Member, Vice-Chairman and Chairman.
Judge Clement has been an active member of the Special Court Judges Association of Pennsylvania, having served as its President from 1997 to 1998. Within this professional association, Judge Clement has also been an advisor to the President, a Liaison to the Supreme Court and to the Legislature, a member of the Ethics & Professionalism Committee, as well as many other assignments.
Judge Clement has been the recipient of his State Association's "John J. Jeffers Memorial Award" in recognition of dedicated and unselfish service (2000) and the "Themis Award" for lifetime achievement (2005).
Judge Clement was born in Harrisburg in 1957. He attended Canisius College in Buffalo, New York, earning a double Bachelor's Degree in Sociology and Communication in 1980. In 1998, Judge Clement was presented by Canisius College the "Dr. Marilyn G.S. Watt Alumni Award" for outstanding service by sharing a sense of community and values through communication.
Judge Clement contributes to his community by serving as guest speaker at local schools and before various community groups. His Court hosts high school and college interns each academic year. He continues coaching high school basketball as a volunteer assistant.
Judge Clement resides in New Cumberland and is the father of four adult children.
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