Stallard working for Linesville space district decide | Information
Adam Stallard of Conneaut Lake has announced his candidacy in the May 18 primary for both the Republican and Democratic nominations for magisterial district judge for Crawford County District Court 30-3- 01 in western Crawford County.
District Court 30-3-01, located in Linesville, covers the boroughs of Conneaut Lake, Linesville, Conneautville and Springboro, and the townships of Sadsbury, Summit, Pine, Beaver, Conneaut, East Fallowfield, West Fallowfield, North Shenango, South Shenango, West Shenango, Greenwood, Spring, Summerhill and Union.
Stallard, a Linesville native, is an attorney and has been practicing law in the area since 2014, representing clients in civil and criminal matters.
In 2013, Stallard earned his law degree from Widener University Delaware Law School of Wilmington, Delaware. He has bachelor’s degrees in English, biochemistry and molecular biology from Penn State University.
Stallard is a registered U.S. patent attorney and is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
He started his practice, Stallard Law, in Linesville in 2015. It merged with Shafer Law Firm and Allegheny Realty Settlement in 2019.
Stallard’s law practice focuses on areas of real estate, estate planning, estate administration, intellectual property and business law. He has been a court-appointed attorney for the Crawford County Juvenile Dependency Court since 2015.
Stallard is a vice president of the Crawford County Bar Association. He serves on the board of Meadville Medical Center, Northwestern Legal Services, Crawford County Children’s Roundtable, and Henrietta Memorial Library in Harmonsburg. He is member of St. Philip Church in Linesville where he also sings in the choir.