Laurie is a 1992 graduate of William Paterson College in Wayne, New Jersey with a B.A. in History. She worked second shift at Six Flags to pay for school and was a recipient of the Christa McAuliff academic scholarship. Laurie attended the University of Pittsburgh School of Law and obtained her juris doctorate in 1997. While there, Laurie was a member of the Women’s Law Group.
During law school, Laurie interned for the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, where she screened incoming complaints, and made disposition recommendations. She also interned for the Delaware County District Attorney’s Office, where she handled preliminary hearings at the District Court. During her third year in law school, Laurie worked for an insurance defense litigation firm.
Following graduation, Laurie began her career at a Pittsburgh-based class action litigation firm, developing her skills in state and federal court litigation in nationwide, complex class actions involving banking, ERISA, insurance, consumer lending, unfair trade and consumer protection. After returning home to the Philadelphia area, Laurie practiced as a litigator honing her skills in defense of insurance claims, unfair insurance practices, consumer protection, real estate matters, fiduciary questions and contract disputes.
Laurie has spent over a decade dedicating her skills to the Rare Disease, Disability and Ichthyosis communities. She has helped numerous families and individuals with accessing resources, accommodations, services and medically necessary supplies.
Laurie joined MacMain, Connell & Leinhauser in October 2018.
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Like all of you, we have spent much attention and effort to determine the most responsible manner to navigate the challenges associated with the COVID-19 health crisis. We continue to follow daily developments prioritizing the health and wellbeing of our employees and their families, while continuing to fulfill our commitment to our clients. Effective Friday, March 20, our physical office will be temporarily closed. Our attorneys and staff will be working remotely and available by e-mail and phone. Please be assured, that we will promptly return all calls that go to our voicemail.
We are confident that the measures we have taken will enable continuous and uninterrupted service to you, while joining in the effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 and meeting our professional commitments. MacMain Connell & Leinhauser remains devoted to fulfilling the needs of our clients, and our team will continue to deliver legal services that are ‘real, practical and excellent’ in this challenging time. Should you have any questions or concerns, we encourage you to reach out to us.
We thank you all for your anticipated cooperation during this difficult period, and wish you and your family good health, protection and safety.
The Attorneys and Staff of MacMain Connell & Leinhauser