About Judge Christylee Peck

Judge Christylee Peck will bring to the Superior Court a unique mix of legal experience, understanding of our Pennsylvania values, and proven ability.

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Judge Peck and her dog, Willa

Serving as a Judge of the Court of Common Pleas for nearly a decade, Judge Peck has earned a reputation as a fair and impartial jurist who is committed to protecting the Constitutional Rights of Pennsylvanians. She has also heard thousands of cases in all areas of the law.

Prior to being elected to the bench, Judge Peck made protecting our communities her top priority as a Senior Assistant District Attorney in  both Lancaster County and Cumberland County.  In those roles, she prosecuted homicides, sexual assaults and other violent crimes; she specialized though in prosecuting child abusers to get them off our streets and away from our children.

The PA Bar Association – the state’s leading voice for the legal community – awarded Judge Peck with their “Recommended” rating for Superior Court.  In doing so, they stated that, “Her legal opinions are considered thorough, logical and well-reasoned. She is recognized as a hard worker, articulate and accomplished, as well as thoughtful, approachable and fair…”

The PA Bar Association is not alone in recognizing Judge Peck’s credentials for the bench, as she has also been endorsed by law enforcement, fire fighters, job creators and small business leaders, and elected leaders across our state to name just a few.

Born and raised in central Pennsylvania, Judge Peck shares the values of our families and understands how the courts impact real people.  She is a graduate of Penn State University and the Dickinson School of Law where she serves as an Adjunct Professor today.