09/18/1956 -

MASLAND, Albert H., a Representative from Cumberland County; born in Carlisle, Cumberland County, Pa., September 18, 1956; graduated, The Peddie School, 1974; B.A., political science and psychology, Dickinson College, 1979; J.D., Dickinson School of Law (now Penn State Dickinson Law), 1982; Assistant District Attorney, Cumberland County (1985-1992); law partner, Saidis Shuff & Masland (1982-2000, 2009); solicitor, Greater Carlisle Area Chamber of Commerce (1986-1991); chair, Home Rule Study Commission (1991-1992); elected as a Republican to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 1993 term; elected to 3 consecutive terms thereafter; appointed, Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (1993-1998); appointed, Select Committee on Rules Review (1999); not a candidate for reelection to the House (2000); unsuccessful campaign, United States Congress (2000); trustee, Carlisle YMCA (1996); elected, delegate, Republican National Convention (1996); commissioner, Pennsylvania State Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs (2000-2002); Pennsylvania State Inspector General (2002-2003); chief counsel, Pennsylvania State Office of General Counsel (2003-2009); adjunct professor, Dickinson College (2001, 2009-present); elected, judge, Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas, Cumberland County (2009-present).

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