Sarah Rubright  McCahon
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Education

  • Dickinson School of Law, J.D., Woolsack Honor Society, Corpus Juris Society, Snayberger Foundation Scholarship, Phi Alpha Delta
  • York College of Pennsylvania, B.S., summa cum laude

Admissions

  • Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
  • U. S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania
  • U. S. Supreme Court

Practice Areas

Memberships

  • Dauphin County Bar Association
  • Schuylkill County Bar Association
  • Berks County Bar Association
  • Pennsylvania Bar Association

Presentations

  • “Board Governance” Leadership Berks County (November 2012-17)
  • Transactional Law; Berks County Bar Association Law Explorer Post (January 2012)
  • “Entity Selection” Greater Reading Chamber of Commerce Small Business Summit (April 2011)
  • The Struggle of Punitive Damages in Arbitration: How to Get What you Want Out of an Arbitration; The Journal of American Arbitration

Community Involvement

  • Co-County Wellness Services; secretary of the board of directors
  • Berks Conservancy Development Committee, former member
  • Young Lawyer Division of the Berks County Bar; former member and board secretary
  • Greater Reading Young Professionals; member

Other Professional Experience

  • Legal intern for the Honorable John E. Jones III of the U.S. District Court, Middle District of Pennsylvania, 2004.

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Sarah Rubright McCahon

Of Counsel(610) 898-7168
smccahon@barley.com
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Sarah practices primarily in the firm's Personal Planning group, and is also part of the firm's Business group. Her business law practice involves advising nonprofit clients in all aspects of business transactions ranging from the formation and structure of an entity to the dissolution of one.

Her personal planning practice includes the development and execution of estate plans, including drafting of wills, trusts, and powers of attorneys. Sarah also has experience in estate and trust administration -- including the administration of special needs trusts -- and in Orphans' Court matters regarding guardianships.