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Richard J. Callahan, a 44 year member of the Lycoming Law Association, died on September 1, 2020. He was remembered by members of the Association during a special session of court held May 4.

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The Lycoming Law Association is a non-profit, professional association of about 200 Lycoming County attorneys. We provide services and resources to our members to assist them in the practice of law and engage them in activities that promote the public's understanding of and respect for the law. We encourage our members to be active participants in their community, through public service, charitable efforts and pro bono involvement.

We serve the legal community in many ways: offering local continuing legal education opportunities; compiling and reporting local legal news and announcements; indexing and posting county court opinions and local rules; providing an attorney directory; and, by providing access and links to regional legal resources. Our members gain access to valuable resources and programs including discounted services, no-cost use of our conference facilities, a directory listing, networking events and more.

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News & Articles

In Memoriam: Richard J. Callahan (1948-2020)

Richard J. Callahan, a 44 year member of the Lycoming Law Association, died on September 1, 2020. He was remembered by members of the Association during a special session of court held May 4, 2021. Read More…

In Memoriam: Henry W. Mitchell (1946-2021)

Henry W. Mitchell, a former member of the Lycoming Law Association, died on April 24, 2021. Read More…

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Announcements & Notices

May 4 2021
Bench Bar Committee minutes for May 3, 2021 have been posted.
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May 4 2021
Rate Change: Effective June 1, 2021, the publishing rate for name change notices in the Lycoming Reporter will be a flat rate of $65.00 per publication.
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April 28 2021
Notification Regarding Legal Notices Published in the Reporter: It has been the policy of the Lycoming Reporter that each legal notice must be submitted separately for publication, and that multiple notices may not be combined into one notice to avoid advertising fees. In some cases, submitted advertisements have not followed this policy and the policy has not been uniformly enforced. Beginning June 1, 2021, all legal notices must be submitted separately. For example, an advertisement that includes both estate and trust notices or multiple trust notices will violate the policy. Submissions that combine multiple notices will either be rejected and returned to be properly resubmitted, or billed as separate notices, at the discretion of the Lycoming Reporter.
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