Kenneth J. Horoho, Jr.
Mr. Horoho is one of Western Pennsylvania’s preeminent family law attorneys, having been involved in some of this region’s most complex equitable distribution, divorce, and custody cases over the past three decades.
He was recognized by his peers for his divorce and family law practice by being selected by Woodard-White to their 25th Anniversary Edition of the Best Lawyers in America and has been in the Best Lawyers in America since 2007, as well as being named a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer since 2004.
Mr. Horoho served 13 years as an adjunct professor on the faculty of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law where he taught Advanced Family Law Trial Advocacy. He is a frequent lecturer for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, the PBA, and the ACBA on topics of divorce, support, equitable distribution, and custody.
Mr. Horoho’s reputation as a family law advocate and problem-solver have earned him numerous distinguished appointments from the governor of Pennsylvania, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, the Pennsylvania Bar Association, the Allegheny County Bar Association, and several prominent universities and community organizations.
In 2009, he was appointed by Supreme Court Chief Justice Ron Castille to the Interbranch Commission on Juvenile Justice; a special panel created by Governor Edward Rendell and the Pennsylvania General Assembly to investigate the causes of one of the most extraordinary cases of judicial corruption in state history. Most recently, he was appointed by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to its Committee on Rules of Evidence to advise and assist the Court in prescribing general rules governing all court proceedings in Pennsylvania. In addition, he served as President of the 29,000-member Pennsylvania Bar Association in 2006.