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Fayette County Attorney Gretchen A. Mundorff Named Member of Pa. Disciplinary Board

Gretchen A. Mundorff has been named a member of the Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania effective April 1.

Mundorff will serve as a member of the Board until April. 1, 2022.

Mundorff is a founding partner of the Connellsville, Pennsylvania law firm of Watson Mundorff & Sepic LLP where she concentrates her practice in personal injury, medical malpractice and family law, and was named a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer for seven consecutive years.

Prior to her appointment on the Disciplinary Board, Mundorff served on the board of directors of the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, and as a director and chair of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court Continuing Legal Education Board. Mundorff is also a past member of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court Disciplinary Board Hearing Committee.

Throughout her distinguished career, Mundorff has been recognized by the Pennsylvania Bar Association (PBA) with both the Anne X. Alpern Award and Chief Justice John P. Flaherty Award for her dedication to the legal profession. She has also been recognized as a Life Fellow with the Pennsylvania Bar Foundation and the American Bar Foundation. Mundorff served as the 2010-11 president of the PBA, former PBA Secretary and Zone 6 governor, chair of the PBA Young Lawyers Division and Bar Leadership Institute and vice chair of the PBA Women in the Profession Committee.

Formerly the president of both organizations, Mundorff currently serves on the board of directors of the Greater Connellsville Chamber of Commerce and the Rotary Club of Connellsville.

She is a graduate of Chatham College in Pittsburgh, and earned her juris doctorate from the Marshall-Wythe School of Law at The College of William and Mary in Virginia.

Created in 1972, the 13-member Disciplinary Board is an independent agency under the Supreme Court’s jurisdiction. Its members include 11 attorneys and 2 non-lawyers from across the state. Funded by annual assessments paid by attorneys licensed to practice in the Commonwealth, the Board assists the Supreme Court in all matters involving attorney licensing and discipline.

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