Keller Law Firm attorney Meghann Garrett, Esq. serves as Counsel to the Board of Directors of the newly formed Carlisle Young Professionals. In a conversation with Sentinel Report Matt McLaughlin, she said: “I am counsel, but I am also a very excited member,” said Meghann Garrett, Keller Law Firm attorney and CYP legal counsel. “I’m really looking forward to the things that they’re going to be doing.” The firm is thrilled to have her serving the community in this important role and to being an active part of CYP.
The firm is thrilled with the Sentinel’s story on how The Keller Law Firm started with one lawyer, a laptop, kitchen table, and dream for a life with flexibility and choices while doing what she loved. During a conversation with firm founder, Kelley Keller, Esq., and Executive Director, Elizabeth Reusswig, Sentinel Reporter Matt McLaughlin thoughtfully captured the genesis of the firm and its unconventional path to success. Keller summed things up by telling the paper: “I’m bringing this really broad base of international experience and working with massive brands to a small firm … in an approachable setting. It’s the small firm pricing structure, but you’re getting the experience that’s born out of working with a large firm.” She elaborated: “I surrounded myself very, very thoughtfully and carefully with excellent people who do that.” Combine experience, an amazing team, and dogged perseverance and success is certainly yours for the taking.
Keller Law Firm attorneys Kelley Keller, Esq. and Meghann Garrett, Esq. had the pleasure of attending the Women on the Rise luncheon presented by the Business Women’s Forum (a multi-chamber consortium) at HACC’s Wildwood Conference Center. The program focused on Corporate Social Responsiblity and featured an executive panel with some heavy hitter executive from the companies such as Hershey and Starbucks. In speaking with Sentinel Report Matt McLauglin, Kelley Keller said about the event: “I thought it was very well done … [y]ou have a responsibility, as a business entity, to the community in which you work.” Meghann Garrett offered comments as well: “I didn’t know anything about the topic.” During the event, she said: “I spent a lot of time thinking about how, being a small law firm, … we could employ some of the things they were talking about. It was interesting to see how not only the large companies but also the small companies are using the techniques.”
After this event, the firm developed its own Social Responsibility Mission and is actively implementing a firm-wide Corporate Social Reponsibility program.