Anthony W. Saveikis received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Washington and Jefferson College in 1989 and Juris Doctor from Capital University Law and Graduate Center in 1993.  He was admitted to practice in Pennsylvania in 1993 with specialties in real estate, civil and business matters including: real estate development, planning, zoning and landlord/tenant issues.  In this capacity, he has worked closely with the County Department of Economic Development and Aviation, County row offices and practiced before the Court of Common Pleas, State and Federal Courts and Board of Viewers.

He has served as an arbitrator for the Court of Common Pleas and as court appointed counsel for indigent juveniles.

During the transition in County government, he was asked to serve on a bipartisan team of County leaders and was a member of the North Fayette Township Planning Commission.

In November of 2001, he was elected District Justice of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for the communities of North Fayette Township, Findlay Township, Oakdale and McDonald Boroughs.  The District includes the Pittsburgh International Airport.