Adrian Roe Resume
ADRIAN N. ROE
Roe & Simon LLC
428 Boulevard of the Allies
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Admitted to practice before Pennsylvania Supreme Court (Pa. Bar No. 61391) (May 1991); United States Supreme Court; United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit; United States District Court, Western District of Pennsylvania.
Clinical Instructor, West Virginia University College of Law, Immigration Law Clinic
Duquesne University School of Law, Supervising Attorney, Federal Litigation Clinic
Law Clerk, Chambers of Hon. Thomas D. Lambros, United States District Court, Northern District of Ohio, Cleveland, OH (Sept. 1984-Aug. 1986).
Associate, Wilmer Cutler & Pickering, Washington, D.C. (Sept. 1986-June 1991).
Associate and later Partner, Titus & McConomy (and predecessor firms)
Pittsburgh, PA (Aug. 1991- Sept. 1999).
Partner, Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP, Pittsburgh, PA (Sept. 1999- June 2001).
Shareholder, Watkins Dulac & Roe P.C., Pittsburgh, PA (July 2001-April 2009).
President, Adrian N. Roe P.C., Pittsburgh, PA (May 2009 to present).
Member, Roe & Simon LLC, Pittsburgh, PA (April 2015 to present).
Boston University School of Law, J.D. (May 1984)
Staff Member and Projects Editor, Boston University Law Review
The Johns Hopkins University, B.A. (May 1981)
University Honors and History Thesis Honors
Additional Professional Activities
Chair, Immigration Law Committee, Allegheny County Bar Association (Appointed June 2017).
Chair, Pittsburgh Chapter, American Immigration Lawyers Association (2002-2003).
Member, Criminal Justice Act Panel, U.S. District Court, W.D. Pa. (2000 to present).
Member, Third Circuit Committee Regarding Reappointment
of Federal Public Defender (2017).
Board of Directors, Neighborhood Legal Services Association
(1999-2001 and 2008-2010).
Chair, Public Service Committee, Allegheny County Bar Association (2000-2002).
Trustee, Allegheny County Bar Foundation (2003-2011).
Judiciary Committee, Allegheny County Bar Association (2012-2014).
Audit Committee, Allegheny County Bar Association (2014-present).
“Public Employees, Expert Testimony, and the First Amendment Right,” Vol. 6, No. 9 Pittsburgh Lawyers Journal, at 6 (April 30, 2004).
The Jurisdictional Pitfalls of Settlement,” Volume 19, Number 4, Litigation Magazine
(ABA Summer 1993).
Co-author, “An Assessment of the Insider Trading Sections Act after Tull v. United States,” 1 Insights: Corp. Sec. Law Adv. 8 (Prentice Hall 1987).
Note, “Section 1983 Challenges to State Convictions by Persons Not in Custody,” 64 Boston University Law Review 683 (1984).