York County President Commissioner Susan Byrnes recently announced that former CGA Law Firm attorney Glenn J. Smith has been selected as York County’s solicitor, replacing Michael Flannelly who left the position to become a common pleas court judge.
Glenn has been a valued member of CGA’s Municipal Practice Group, and brings to the County extensive experience in civil, criminal and municipal law. He has worked with several of the County’s row officers and represented the PA State Mayors’ Association. Glenn is active in such community organizations as Creative York, The Rotary Club of York and the York County Economic Alliance. He and his daughter Giovanna, 13, reside in Manchester Township.
We at CGA will miss working with Glenn directly, but we congratulate him on his new position and look forward to working with him as York County Solicitor!
The award is given from the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Legal Services to the Public Committee. This honor is only shared on occasion with those who have provided significant legal services to those in need. Larry has spent a lifetime doing just that. The plaque reads, “A Champion of Access to Justice, Larry Young has provided pro bono service and leadership in York County and beyond. His example and his leadership in the field are greatly appreciated.”
York County Bar Association and Bar Foundation CEO, Victoria Connor notes, “Leading by example, Larry Young has dedicated a lifetime of service, as well as financial support, to the Bar’s efforts to improve the legal profession, promote public understanding of the law, and increase access to justice for our community’s most vulnerable – particularly the elderly, and those struggling with poverty and domestic abuse.”
She adds, “As a result of his professionalism and integrity, Larry is highly respected by his peers and the community. He has been a member of the York County Bar for 41 years and has served as president of both the Bar Association and Bar Foundation. Today, Larry remains one of our most active and engaged members, chairing the Pro Bono Committee for more than 20 years and participating on the Foundation Board, Philanthropy and Grants committees. Larry’s involvement has been an integral part of the York County Bar’s success in developing programs to help close the justice gap in York County.”