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CGA Law Firm Welcomes Paralegal Mollie Bolton

access_time Posted on: September 14th, 2022

Mollie comes to CGA Law Firm from the York County District Attorney’s Office where she worked as a Paralegal in the Special Crimes Unit. The Special Crimes Unit handles pre-charge through post-sentencing of all sex crimes prosecuted by the Office of the District Attorney. She found the work challenging, constantly changing, and intellectually stimulating and took pride in protecting the community and upholding its values. During her four years at the District Attorney’s Office, Mollie saw people at crossroads in life. Mollie was attracted to Estate Planning because she wanted to help families solve problems before they become problems. She… read more »

The Central Penn Business Journal has Selected Devon Myers Kolomick, Attorney at CGA Law Firm as a Forty Under Forty Recipient

access_time Posted on: September 12th, 2022

Forty Under Forty recognizes professionals 40 years of age and younger who have been successful in the Central Pennsylvania area. Honorees, chosen by the editors and publisher of the Central Penn Business Journal, were selected based on professional accomplishments, community service and commitment to inspiring change. A listing of honorees can be found on the CPBJ website. “The 2022 Forty Under 40 honorees represent the future of Central Pennsylvania. They have achieved professional success and are making significant contributions to our community and inspire change,” said Suzanne Fischer-Huettner, senior group publisher of the Central Penn Business Journal. “We at the… read more »

Become a Blood Booster with the Red Cross

access_time Posted on: August 16th, 2022

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CGA Law Firm Welcomes Summer Intern Emily Ditt

access_time Posted on: August 5th, 2022

CGA Law Firm is excited to welcome Emily Ditt! Emily has many interests and has always managed to find time for each of them in her action-packed schedule. During her years at Susquehannock High School, Emily played tennis year round. She competed for the school team in the fall and for a local USTA team the rest of the year, making time in the spring to manage the boys’ tennis team. Fluent in Spanish, Emily was an active member of the Spanish Club, earning a trip to France and Spain in her sophomore year. She was the Class President in… read more »

CGA Law Firm hosts American Red Cross Virtual Blood Drive

access_time Posted on: July 12th, 2022

Although we aren’t able to hold our blood drive here in our office as we have done prior to the COVID pandemic, we are still committed to helping hospital patients! CGA is hosting a Red Cross virtual blood drive and you can help make it a success. The goal of our virtual blood drive is for CGA donors to give blood at local community blood drives. The deadline to schedule an appointment to count towards our virtual blood drive total is August 5th. Our virtual blood drive will take place from July 25th to August 5th.  To count toward our… read more »

CGA Law Firm Welcomes Back Summer Associate Aurora Lynd

access_time Posted on: June 20th, 2022

Welcome back to CGA, Aurora! Aurora Lynd received the prestigious 2022 President’s Award! The Widener University Delaware Law School awards one President’s Award each year to the second-year student who contributed most to the school in terms of exceptional scholarship and extracurricular activities. This year, Aurora was the law school student who stood out from her peers for special recognition. Achieving top marks in law school is challenging enough, but Aurora also holds leadership positions in several prominent organizations and has an externship at the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania. She is Editor-in-Chief of the… read more »

CGA Law Firm Welcomes Summer Associate Courtney Buechler

access_time Posted on: June 16th, 2022

Introducing CGA Summer Associate, Courtney Buechler! Courtney Buechler is a U.S. Army officer whose job is focused on protecting other service-members against threats of biological and chemical weapons, “dirty bombs,” and Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD). As a Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Officer, Courtney is frequently called upon to share her scientific expertise with every type of unit in the Army. Courtney’s interest in law school was sparked while teaching Military Science at Texas Tech University. During her time there, The Judge Advocate of the United States Army (TJAG) was hosted for a campus visit and he discussed… read more »

CGA Law Firm Welcomes Summer Intern Hannah Dubbs

access_time Posted on: June 15th, 2022

Introducing CGA Summer Intern Hannah Dubbs! Growing up, Hannah always knew that she would become an attorney. From an early age, she demonstrated strong debating skills and the ability to defend a viewpoint objectively. Hannah has always found law interesting and is often told that she would make a great attorney. She has never wavered from this goal. Her secret weapon is that people often underestimate her ability. They do not expect her to be so driven academically. Hannah takes the most challenging classes and achieves top marks. Hannah is a graduate of Kennard-Dale High School, and a current rising… read more »

CGA Law Firm Welcomes Attorney Taylor M. Baublitz

access_time Posted on: June 10th, 2022

Welcome, Attorney Taylor M. Baublitz! A York County native, Taylor grew up in a home that emphasized the value of education. Her parents taught her to think critically with reason, but also encouraged her creativity. At Lebanon Valley College, Taylor chose classes of great interest to her, which resulted in an Art History major with a Political Science and a Law and Society double minor. In her last year of undergraduate studies, Taylor interned for the Lebanon Valley Public Defender’s Office. The Public Defender’s Office primarily represented indigent adult and juvenile defendants with misdemeanor or felony charges. She gained experience… read more »

Former CGA Attorney Rees Griffiths and his wife, Sue, initiate the Griffiths Salvation Army Scholarship

access_time Posted on: May 27th, 2022

The Griffiths Salvation Army Scholarship launched this year with a $10,000 scholarship presented to a York High senior at the York High Awards Ceremony last evening. The recipient plans to attend Morgan State University to study nursing. Major Babbitt presented the scholarship. Rees and Sue’s estate plans provide that 80 percent of their estate goes to awarding similar scholarships to high achieving students with clear financial need. They established the program early to ensure they could celebrate the scholarships with the recipients and make certain the process worked smoothly while they are still around. The Griffiths describe the decision to… read more »