Shohin is an associate in the Firm’s Litigation Department and is a member of the Government Relations and Political Law Groups. His practice primarily focuses on litigation involving state governmental entities and officials, state constitutional matters, appellate litigation, complex election issues, and grand jury investigations. Shohin’s experience includes appellate matters in the Third Circuit Court of Appeals and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, where he previously served as a clerk for Chief Justice Thomas G. Saylor. Shohin has also represented clients in matters in the Commonwealth Court’s original, as well as appellate jurisdiction.
Before attending law school, Shohin worked for one of the top government relations and political consulting firms in the state, where he played a key role in a number of public policy victories and developed an extensive resume in campaign consulting, earned media, press relations, and grassroots organization.
Shohin is also fluent in Persian and Russian.
Penn State – Dickinson Law (J.D., 2016)
Treasurer of the Moot Court Board and Senior Advocate on the John J. Gibbons National Criminal Procedure Moot Court Team
Executive Recent Developments Editor of the Arbitration Law Review
University of Scranton (B.S., 2011)
Recognitions & Accomplishments
In 2015, Shohin received the Cali Award for Excellence in the Study of Election Law for his paper on the legal issues surrounding Arizona State Legislature v. Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission, which was pending before the United State Supreme Court at the time. He was also named to the 2021 list of “Ones to Watch” by Best Lawyers in America.
Analyzing Impeachment Through the Lens of Corresponding Pa. Law, The Legal Intelligencer, December 17, 2019