K. George Kordalis

Office: For Judge of the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas, General Division
Term Beginning 1/1/2021

Age: 32

Residence: Dayton



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Occupation: Attorney

Education: J.D. From The University of Dayton

Work Experience: Private Practice since 2012, Special Prosecutor for City of Xenia 2019

Family: Married with one child

Affiliations: Dayton Bar Association, Ohio State Bar Association, Martindale-Hubbell Platinum Client Champion Award, Rising Stars for 2020 by Super Lawyers.


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(1) List your judicial experience (courts and years)
Currently I have not had experience as a judicial officer. Nonetheless, I know that I possess the experience, work-ethic, and temperament that is needed to be Common Pleas Judge.

(2) What about your non-judicial legal experience qualifies you to be a judge?
My private practice has focused on the very types of cases most often filed in the Common Pleas Court. I currently operate law offices in Dayton and Xenia. I’ve handled close to three hundred cases in the Montgomery County Courts in the past three years. In addition to my private practice, I also serve as Special Prosecutor for the City of Xenia. I have received the Martindale-Hubbell Platinum Client Champion Award along with be named a Rising Star for 2020 by Super Lawyers. I am a hard worker and problem solver. My experience as a prosecutor and defense attorney will be invaluable as Common Pleas Judge.

(3) Why are you running for this particular court seat?
I am running because Montgomery County needs judges with experience, that are hardworking, and that have the right temperament to get things done fairly, consistently and efficiently. I pride myself on being able to listen to both sides fairly and to think carefully before speaking and making decisions.

I believe it is important to have experienced, knowledgeable judges to handle the extensive and diverse Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas caseload. I also believe that judges should promote public confidence in the integrity and impartiality of the judiciary without regard to a person’s race, gender, or other personal characteristics.

In private practice I have always attempted to treat everyone fairly and with courtesy and respect. If elected, I will ensure this occurs in my courtroom. My wife, Kasey Kordalis, and myself are lifelong residents of this community. This community has given my family so much and I will work hard to make sure that Montgomery County remains a great place to live.