Attorney Sean Logue Appointed to Cal U Council of Trustees

APRIL 1, 2015

Logue Law is pleased to announce that Sean Logue, Esquire, an eminent Pittsburgh criminal defense attorney, has recently been appointed by the governor as a member of the Council of Trustees of the California University of Pennsylvania.

Logue, 34, founding partner of Logue law and a top Pittsburgh criminal defense attorney, said he looks forward to serving both the California University of Pennsylvania, as well as the Commonwealth.

“It’s a tremendous honor for me to be appointed as a member of the Council of Trustees of California University of Pennsylvania,” he said. “I very much look forward to getting to work!”

California University of Pennsylvania’s campus is spread across 294 acres in California borough in Washington County – which is about 35 minutes away from downtown Pittsburgh.

Known locally as Cal U, the university is “a learning community dedicated to excellence in the liberal arts, science and technology and professional studies.”

A member of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education, California University of Pennsylvania serves more than 8,600 graduate and undergraduate students each year.

Since 2004, California University of Pennsylvania has been included in The Princeton Review as part of its “Best in the Northeast” listing – one that highlights and recognizes the best regional universities in the northeast part of the United States of America.

Logue’s term on the California University of Pennsylvania’s Council of Trustees runs through Feb. 25, 2021.

Logue law is a criminal defense law firm with offices located in Morgantown, West Virginia; Southpointe, Washington County; and Carnegie in Allegheny County.