Members/Legal Professionals
Members/Legal Professionals

Legal Job Opportunities

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The cost of posting an job/office space ad in the Law Review is $30/week for members and $45/week for non-members. This covers the cost of publication. This price includes one posting in the Law Review, published on Fridays, and one week on our website. To purchase a job posting/office space ad or to ask questions, please contact

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  • I am looking for a legal internship or summer position in the greater Lancaster area. I am a Lancaster County resident and a rising senior Criminal Justice major at Elizabethtown. Currently, I am working as an Advocacy intern for the International Trade Administration at the Department of Commerce, after working as an investigator at Merge Investigations for the last two years. I have strong research experience, writing skills, and the capability of assembling valuable and confidential information to support outreach and claims. I can be reached by email,, by phone number, 717-623-0660, and on Linkedln at


  • I am seeking a legal internship or summer position within the Lancaster area. I will be graduating in May 2022 from Elizabethtown College, PA with a BA in History. I have four years of experience with running Elizabethtown College’s Mock Trial team, of which I am currently the president, in addition to organizing and staffing AMTA tournaments. I have worked alongside Travis Anderson, one of the attorneys in the Lancaster County DA’s office, for four years. Previously, I have also shadowed with attorney A. Mark Winters in Hershey. I have three years of experience organizing volunteers and volunteering as part of different charitable organizations, including the ECHOS Shelter in Elizabethtown. I have strengths in writing and research. I can be reached directly at, or at my LinkedIn .   


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