707 Grant St, Suite 1744
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
110 East Diamond St
Butler PA 16001
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.