Hunter B. Schenck

Bio

Hunter B. Schenck provides legal services to individuals and businesses in the areas of litigation, estate planning and administration, real estate law and business and corporate law.

She completed her Juris Doctorate from the Penn State Dickinson School of Law in 2014. During law school, she was a member of the AAJ Trial Advocacy Team, Moot Court Board (Senior Advocate - Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot), Trial Advocacy Board (Problem Writer) and Phi Delta Phi John Reed Inn (Notarius). Hunter received her Bachelor's degree in Political Science with a minor in History from Penn State University in 2010. She is a proud graduate of Eastern York High School.

Hunter has participated in multiple trials while working at CGA in both a solo and co-counsel capacity. She tried a week-long federal jury trial that resulted in a verdict of almost $1 million for the client. Hunter enjoys the opportunity to enter the courtroom and wants to help her clients obtain the best outcome for each case.

Hunter is a member of the York County Bar Association. She serves as a member of the Social Committee and the Law Day Committee. She is also a member of the York County Bar Association’s Young Lawyer’s Section where she serves as co-chair of the Social Committee. Hunter was a member of the 2015  and 2017 Bar Stools Cast, which featured her singing and acting abilities. She also serves her community as a member of the Yorktowne Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution and as a member of the YWCA of York's Junior Board of Directors. Hunter is also a member of the Penn State York Women’s Philanthropic Network and a lifetime member of the Penn State Alumni Association.

Hunter B. Schenck provides legal services to individuals and businesses in the areas of litigation, estate planning and administration, real estate law and business and corporate law.

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Education and Honors: 
J.D., Penn State Dickinson School of Law, 2014
• AAJ Trial Advocay Team, 2014
• Moot Court Board - Senior Advocate, 2013-14
• Whllem C. Vis International Commerical Arbitration Moot Team, 2012 - 2013
• Trial Advocacy Board Problem Writer, 2012 - 2013
• Phi Delta Phi John Reed Inn, Notarius, 2012 - 2013
• B.A., Penn State University, 2010
Bar Admissions: 
Pennsylvania
PA Supreme Court
Middle District of Pennsylvania
Professional Affiliations: 
York County Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division
YWCA of York, Junior Board of Directors
2015 & 2017 Bar Stools Cast
Daughters of the American Revolution, Yorktowne Chapter
Penn State York Women’s Philanthropic Network
Penn State Alumni Association

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    Video Surveillance can provide municipalities with security and peace of mind. However, such technology can also create new issues and concerns. Recordings of surveillance footage are subject to the Right-to-Know Law, and municipalities must address requests for video footage. Some video systems might record over previous footage in order to save space. If so, the municipality might need to reference its document retention policy. Municipalities must make sure to preserve any footage while a request is pending if the footage existed at the time of the initial request.

  • 03.09.15

    Act 168 of 2014 took effect in December amending the Public School Code of 1949.  The Act adds a section to the Code entitled “Employment History Review” which imposes requirements pertaining to employment involving direct contact with children.  The amendments are designed to require and enable schools and independent contractors to conduct background checks in the interest of protecting children.  This Act affects school entities and independent contractors that are hiring applicants as well as current or previous employers of persons who apply for positions with other entities.

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