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Rothman Gordon is pleased to announce attorney Raymond M. Roberts has been selected to join the Board of the Autism Center of Pittsburgh.

The Autism Center of Pittsburgh offers guidance to parents of children with autism, including providing prompt referral to valuable resources, no-wait expert evaluation, counseling, service dogs, autism awareness seminars, workshops, respite outings, video-blog, music therapy, recreational activities, a 900 member on-line support group, an on-line store with therapeutic materials, the nation-wide resource network of AutismLink, and more. Based in Wexford, PA, the Center serves families from throughout the Tri-State area.

As an attorney, Roberts practices with the law firm of Rothman Gordon in downtown Pittsburgh. He serves with the Estates, Trusts & Taxation group, assisting clients with estate planning, estate administration and probate. In addition, he has a robust corporate and real estate practice, representing buyers and sellers in asset and stock purchases, merger and acquisition negotiations, and drafting of contracts. Roberts has also worked extensively with non-profit corporations and 501(c)(3) charitable organizations. He is a member of the Allegheny County Bar Association and the Pennsylvania Land Title Association. He earned his Juris Doctor from Duquesne University School of Law and his Bachelor of Arts in History from Duquesne University. He has taught Corporate Law and Introduction to Paralegalism for the Duquesne University Paralegal Institute.

Roberts previously served on the board of directors of AutismLink/Autism Center of Pittsburgh. He served on the Church Council of Christ’s Lutheran Church of Murrysville from 2008-2011, where he also serves as a Liturgical Deacon. Roberts lives in Plum, PA, with his wife and children.

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Rothman Gordon Attorney Selected for Autism Center Board - Press Release