Members/Legal Professionals
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  • Attorney

Unruh Turner Burke & Frees has an opening in its West Chester office for a team-oriented attorney with 5 to 10 years of relevant experience. Candidates must be admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and have previous law firm experience in Pennsylvania representing clients in one or more of the following: real estate acquisition, development and financing transactions; representing business organizations in general business matters including contract drafting and negotiation; representing and counseling clients in formation and governance of business organizations. Candidates must have significant understanding of common business organizations. Candidates must have strong communication and drafting skills, and must be highly motivated, hard-working, diligent, articulate and able to work with a significant degree of independence. Unruh Turner Burke & Frees is an equal opportunity employer.  Resumes should be sent to  For the complete job description, please click here. (Ad posted 1/18/22).

  • Associate Attorney

Gardner & Stevens, P.C., a full-service law firm with offices in Lititz and Ephrata is seeking an associate attorney. The successful candidate must have at least 2 years of family law experience. Experience in any additional areas of law such as criminal defense and estate administration is helpful but not required. Salary commensurate with experience. Send resume, salary requirements and cover letter to Kyla Roseboro, All applications will be held in the strictest confidence. (Ad posted 1/10/22).

  • Domestic Violence Legal Center Staff Attorney P/T

For full job description, click here. (Ad posted 11/02/21).


  • Administrative Assistant

Local employment/labor arbitrator with a busy national practice seeks an administrative assistant to schedule hearings, manage a full calendar, prepare invoices and perform basic bookkeeping duties. Position requires attention to detail, as well as good communication and organizational skills. Proficiency with Office 365 is also a must. After an in-person orientation period, this position can largely be done remotely and many of the tasks performed outside regular business hours. Number of hours per week can vary, but depending on skill level should generate 15 to 20 hours per week. Compensation negotiable and commensurate with skill and experience level. Resumes should be sent to (Ad posted 12/29/21). 

  • Legal Assistant

Lancaster litigation law firm seeks experienced legal assistant for busy law practice representing prominent businesses. Must be very polished with excellent computer skills and ability to multi-task, work under frequent deadlines, maintain attorney’s schedules and deadlines, timekeeping, scheduling meetings/calls. Lancaster County residence. 8:30 – 5pm. Resumes should be sent to (Ad posted 12/8/21).


The Court of Common Pleas is pleased to announce the establishment of a Residential Mortgage Foreclosure Diversion Program to provide a single unified process for the amicable resolution of foreclosure proceedings through Court intervention, housing counseling, and conciliation to help residents of Lancaster County stay in their homes.  (For more information, see Administrative Order No. 27-2021, filed on June 1, 2021, and posted on the Court website at 

The Court is seeking volunteer attorneys to provide limited representation to pro se defendants solely during the conciliation process and to serve as conciliation conference officers in these mortgage foreclosure actions.  This is a perfect opportunity for newly admitted attorneys to gain experience and for all attorneys to engage in pro bono services consistent with Pennsylvania Rule of Professional Conduct 6.1.  Conciliation conferences will generally be held two days a month, with the schedule set well in advance.

To volunteer, please contact the chambers of Judge Jeffery D. Wright at (717) 293-7293 or email