Seth Eric Springer, Esquire
Attorney Seth Eric Springer received his Juris Doctor Degree from St. Thomas University School of Law located in Miami, FL, in 2008 and received an LL.M. in Taxation in 2010 from Villanova University School of Law located in Philadelphia, PA. Attorney Springer was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar and U.S. Tax Court in 2009, and was admitted to the United States Supreme Court Bar in 2017.
Attorney Springer began his Law career as a solo practitioner in 2010 and was then hired as Judicial Law Clerk for now President Judge Joseph Adams. After his clerkship, Attorney Springer worked at the law firm Blakey, Yost, Bupp, and Rausch from 2012 - 2014. He then went on to The Law Offices of Seth Eric Springer, Esq., LLC which is centrally located in York County, Pennsylvania, and has been in operation since 2014.
Attorney Springer primarily practices in the areas of Family Law, Municipal Law, Civil Litigation, Tax Planning and Tax Controversy. He has been a member of the York County Bar Association and the PA Bar Association since 2010, and currently sits on the Military and Veteran Affairs Committee, the Statutory Law Committee, Medical Marijuana and Hemp and Law Committees of the Pennsylvania Bar Association.
Kimberly Kay Meyer, Esquire
Ms. Meyer is a 2002 graduate of Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, majoring in Electronic Media. After working in the media industry for several years, Ms. Meyer attended Penn State University, where she received a master’s degree in Public Administration in 2010. During a portion her time at Penn State, Ms. Meyer was employed as a Caseworker with Lebanon County Children and Youth Services. Upon graduation from Penn State, Ms. Meyer began working in human resources for the State Civil Service Commission.
In 2014, Ms. Meyer began at Widener University Commonwealth Law School, working during the day in human resources at the Pennsylvania State Police and attending classes in the evening.
While a student at Widener, Ms. Meyer served as a class representative for the SBA. She was also a member of the Pepper Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, International, where she served as chapter Clerk.
Ms. Meyer also obtained both the Legislation Certificate and the Administrative/Constitutional Law Certificate’s through Widener’s Government Law Institute.
Ms. Meyer graduated in May 2018. She was awarded the 2018 John A. Fillion Memorial Award and the 2018 Outstanding Law and Government Student Award.
Ms. Meyer has lived in Central Pennsylvania since her father retired from the United States Air Force in the mid-1990’s and currently resides in Lebanon County with her husband and two children. She is an avid Disney fan and hopes to one day travel the world with her family.