Lancaster, Pa. – Barley Snyder has hired two new lawyers, bringing the firm’s attorney headcount to 95, an all-time high.
Kalani Linnell and Kareemah Mayer both graduated law school in May, received confirmation that they passed the bar in October and now are full-time associates at Barley Snyder. Both started work at the firm Sept. 4, pending their bar exam results.
Linnell returns home to Lancaster as an attorney in the Education Practice Group. Her education experience took her to a Chester County school district for two semesters before she went to law school, graduating from Drexel University Kline School of Law.
Mayer, a new member of the Employment and Practice Group, is a Philadelphia-area native who received her law degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law and her bachelor’s degree from Jacksonville University. While at Pitt, she was the president of the Student Bar Association.
Both will be based primarily out of the firm’s Lancaster office and live in the city as well.
“We have made a commitment to have a wide variety of law experience populating the firm,” Barley Snyder managing partner Jeff Lobach said. “It keeps us nimble in the marketplace and allows us to be ready for the future. Our clients appreciate knowing they’re working with a secure firm where they can develop personal relationships that span decades.”
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Barley Snyder is a law firm based in central Pennsylvania with more than 90 attorneys practicing from offices located in Lancaster, York, Reading, Harrisburg, Malvern, Hanover and Gettysburg, Pa., and Hunt Valley and Columbia, Md. The firm serves businesses, individuals and organizations in all major areas of civil law including: business, employment, immigration, employee benefits, finance & creditors’ rights, intellectual property, litigation, estate planning and administration, real estate, tax, construction, environment and energy, health care, education, municipal authority, hospitality, senior living and food and agribusiness. www.barley.com | @BarleySnyder