||D. Webster Keogh
Administrative Judge of the Court of Common Pleas - Trial Division
Judge Keogh received his undergraduate degree from LaSalle University and his Juris Doctorate from Mercer University Law School. After spending seven years in the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office and thirteen years in private practice, Judge Keogh was appointed to the bench of the Court of Common Pleas in 1991. He served as section leader for major felony prosecutions before being assigned to the major trial section of the Civil Trial Division in 2001. Judge Keogh has served as the Administrative Judge of the Trial Division since 2007.
Judge Keogh has been elected to the Executive Committee of the Pennsylvania Conference of State Trial Judges three times. In 1985, and again in 1996, he was appointed to the House of Delegates for the Pennsylvania Bar Ashsociation. Since 1996, e has served as the Governor's appointee to the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency's Deputy Sheriff's Education and Training Board. On November 16th, 2004, Judge Keogh was the recipient of the prestigious John Peter Zenger Award in recognition of his outstanding judicial service.