An Outstanding Reputation For Success
After graduating from Lafayette College with a degree in Business and Economics and earning her Juris Doctorate from The Dickinson School of Law in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, Mrs. Weeder and her husband settled in Bucks County and have raised their family there for the past 27 years.
Mrs. Weeder concentrates her legal practice in the areas of municipal, school, employment and real estate law. Prior to joining the firm, Mrs. Weeder served as a Senior Assistant Solicitor for the County of Bucks. In her work for the County, Mrs. Weeder advised on legal issues for the Human Resources Department and also handled matters in civil rights, disability rights, nonprofit corporate law, public bidding law, records and data confidentiality law, election law, landlord-tenant and contract law. She is admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the State of New Jersey and in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Mrs. Weeder has taught Business Law as an adjunct faculty member of Montgomery County Community College in Pennsylvania.
Outside of practicing law, Mrs. Weeder has served on the volunteer Board of Trustees and Scholarship Committee for Bucks County’s Washington Crossing Foundation over the past fifteen years and is currently serving on the volunteer Board of the New Hope Historical Society. She is honored to have been a volunteer vocal soloist for Doylestown’s annual Memorial Service marking the Korean War Armistice and for numerous Memorial Day and Veterans Day ceremonies, including at Washington Crossing National Cemetery.
Areas of Practice:
- Pennsylvania, 1994
- New Jersey, 1994
- U.S. District Court Eastern District of Pennsylvania, 1997
- The Dickinson School of Law (Penn State Dickinson Law), Carlisle, Pennsylvania J.D. 1994
- First Place, Regional Moot Court Appellate Competition
- Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania B.A. 1991. Major, Business and Economics