International Treasurer Daniel McDowell


Dan McDowell currently serves as International Treasurer for Phi Alpha Delta. Prior to being elected to this position in 2012, Mr. McDowell served as District Justice for District XXXIII, and was a member of the Fraternity’s Audit Committee. In 2011, he was selected “Outstanding District Justice.” That same year, his district was named “Most Improved District,” and was the 2nd place award winner for “Outstanding District.”

Mr. McDowell is an attorney, Certified Public Accountant, and mediator in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. He is currently serving as Manager of Contract Administration for a company that provides advanced instrumentation, control and automation technologies. He has also served as Vice President and Relationship Manager for PNC Wealth Management (formerly the Private Client Group at National City Bank). Before joining the bank, Mr. McDowell was employed as a Tax Consultant for Ernst and Young, LLP, and worked as an attorney in private practice.

Mr. McDowell is a member of the Finance Committee, and the Investment Subcommittee, of the Allegheny County Bar Association in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He serves as a mediation coach to students enrolled in the West Virginia College of Law Magistrate Mediation Program.

A graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, Mr. McDowell was Justice of the Watson Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity during his second and third years of law school, and is a founding member of the Pittsburgh Tax Review. His undergraduate degree is from Duquesne University, where he graduated with a double major in accounting and finance

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Phi Alpha Delta is the world’s preeminent law fraternity because of our dedication to service: service to the student, the school, the profession, and the community.

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