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Justin Goldstein

Age : 30

Residence : Squirrel Hill

Family: Wife, Maribel; daughters, Ruby, 4, and Jennifer, 2

Occupation: Goldstein is a lawyer who works as an estate and financial planner for National City Bank of Pennsylvania.

Education: Goldstein has a bachelor’s degree in political science from the State University of New York at Albany and a law degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. He is attending courses offered by American College to become a certified financial planner.

Newsworthy: Goldstein became chairman of the Young Lawyer’s Division of the Allegheny County Bar Association on July 1.

Quote: “I’m very honored to accept the position that has been held by so many of our leaders in the Pittsburgh legal community, and I hope to carry on the tradition that has been set by those before me.”

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