I focus on personal service, keep my overhead low, and do nearly everything myself. You can always talk to me directly and I'll handle all aspects of your legal issue. I realize that legal costs are often prohibitively high for many people, so I do my best to keep my rates affordable and provide the most value possible. In fact, many firms charge more for their paralegals.
I don't have a fancy glass high-rise building, lots of assistants, or wear expensive suits. I will not charge you 0.1 hours for reading your one-sentence email. I control my billing and I don't have minimums or a partner to answer to. I went to law school because I like critical thinking and helping people solve problems. In many ways, my model is the old-time country doctor.
Licensed since 2009
Hourly ($150/hour), Fixed (Sometimes), Retainer (Sometimes), Free Consultation (30 minutes)
I attended Widener University School of Law, where Attorney Hershey was one year ahead of me. We served on the Widener Law Journal together and he was my mentor while I was writing my law review comment during my second year. Having known him in this capacity, I can say that Attorney Hershey has a great sense of practicality, an impressive and keen legal mind, and an impeccable work ethic. I'm sure his clients and colleagues are routinely as impressed with his knowledge and demeanor as I was.
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|Attorney||Hershey Law Office||2009 - Present|
|environmental project manager||IESI||1999 - 2006|
|Widener University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2009|
|Johns Hopkins University||Chemistry||MA - Masters||1999|
|Lebanon Valley College||Chemistry||BS - Bachelor of Science||1997|