Barley Snyder Adds Attorney in Harrisburg

Media Contact: Michael Sadowski, Communications Coordinator or 717-208-8842

For Immediate Release

Harrisburg, Pa. – Barley Snyder is pleased to announce attorney Alexandra E. Otto has joined the firm in its Harrisburg office.

Otto will work in the firm’s Trusts & Estates and Real Estate practice groups. She has been working in the legal profession in the Carlisle area since she was 16, first as intern, then as a clerk and finally as an attorney.

“It’s certainly an exciting time to join Barley Snyder,” Otto said, noting the recent affiliation with the former Wyomissing-based Leisawitz Heller. “The firm is growing, and its reputation couldn’t be any more solid. With coverage throughout central Pennsylvania, the multitude of resources Barley can bring to my clients is a great asset for them. I’m very happy to be at Barley.”

Otto is a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson School of Law, and recently received her LL.M. in taxation from Georgetown University Law Center. She currently sits on the board of directors at the Carlisle Area Family YMCA.

“We believe Alex is going to be a great addition for us,” Barley Snyder managing partner Jeff Lobach said. “Her dedication to her profession and to her community matches up with what we seek in our attorneys.”

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