For Immediate Release
Lancaster, Pa. – Barley Snyder is pleased to announce that partner Luke Weber has been elected Vice President of the Lancaster Bar Association’s Board of Directors. This recognition reflects Weber’s dedication to the legal profession and his commitment to the local community.
The Lancaster Bar Association (LBA) has nearly 800 members comprised of attorneys, judges and legal professionals. According to its website, the LBA promotes competence, ethics and collegiality in the legal profession, provides service to the public, and advocates for the fair administration of justice in Lancaster County. Weber has held previous roles with the LBA, serving as the board chair of the Young Lawyers Section in 2020 and as the Treasurer from 2021 through 2023. Weber’s methodical and strategic approach in his legal practice will be advantageous in his new position.
“I am honored to serve the Lancaster Bar Association as Vice President for 2024,” said Weber. “It is a privilege to contribute to such a storied organization with a strong emphasis on access to justice and promoting public confidence in the legal profession in our community. I look forward to working collaboratively to fulfill the association’s mission and positively impact the legal landscape in Lancaster.”
Weber is a trial attorney in the firm’s Litigation and Health Care groups. He devotes much of his practice to defending doctors, hospitals, and other healthcare professionals against medical malpractice claims. Weber also represents clients in commercial cases involving contract and business disputes. In addition to his involvement with the LBA, Weber serves as a board member of the Lancaster County Food Hub.
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