Elizabeth Schneider is a solo practitioner focused on business law, elder law, estate planning and administration, and real estate. She also is an assistant professor at Keystone College, where she teaches in the Business Professional Studies Program. She has served in numerous capacities with professional and community service organizations in the Scranton, Pennsylvania, region.
While at New England Law | Boston, she worked part time in the Appeals Division of the Internal Revenue Service. She was the executive case and note editor of the New England Law Review. After graduating, she clerked for Chief Judge William J. Nealon of the US District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania and then served as an associate in Scranton law firms. Before opening her own practice in 1992, Schneider was a partner at Lavelle & Schneider in Clarks Summit.