Max B. Roesch

Max B. Roesch

Max focuses his practice on civil litigation, criminal defense, and civil rights, with a particular passion for labor and employment law.

After graduating from Middlebury College in 2005 with a degree in political science, Max pursued a career with the labor movement, fighting for justice and fairness in the workplace alongside health care workers, pre-school teachers, and correctional officers.

At the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, Max served as a managing editor of the Law Review, won the CALI Award in Criminal Law, and was awarded a Peggy Browning Fellowship with the United Electrical, Machine, and Radio Workers of America. His Law Review Note, Concerted Activity: A Call to Return to the Spirit of Weingarten, 79 U. Pitt. L. R. 335, was published in the Winter 2017 issue.

A native of California, Max has embraced western Pennsylvania with the zealotry of a convert. Outside of work he can be found poking around his backyard smoker, teaching his sons Oliver and Isaac to cook, and rooting for the Steelers.