American Law Society Recognizes Judge John W. Kessler

The American Law Society Board of Directors is proud to announce that John W. Kessler has been accepted as a new member with ATL distinction. Their America Top Lawyers list is comprised of well-rounded individuals representing a diverse cross-section of U.S. legal advocates.

Denver, CO, December 01, 2016 --( Kessler earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Toledo College of Law, and was admitted to the Ohio Bar in November 1968. From 1968 to 1972, Kessler served as a prosecuting Attorney for Montgomery County. He founded and was Executive Director of the Montgomery County Public Defender's Office from 1972 to 1978, and was a partner in the law firm of Hunt, Dodge, Little & Kessler from 1978 to 1981. In 1981, Kessler became the presiding, and longest serving, judge of the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas.

Kessler now primarily teaches as an adjunct professor of civil and criminal trial practice at the University of Dayton, School of Law. He also lectures in trial practice for the Ohio State Bar Association's CLE Institute and the Ohio Judicial College.

Kessler is a member of several judicial and legal organizations, including the American, Ohio, and Dayton Bar associations, the Ohio Common Pleas Judges Association, the American Judicature Society, and the American Judges Association.

The American Law Society board of directors selectively chooses lawyers who show a history of greatness and consistency. It is their privilege to have Mr. Kessler join the organization.

If you would like to contact Mr. Kessler, you may contact him through his profile page at:

"We look forward to following Judge Kessler’s career and are extremely excited to see his articles, videos, and information posted on America Law Society's platform." -Valerie Dougherty of American Law Society.
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Valerie Jacobs