Weiss Burkardt Kramer LLC has named Attorney Annemarie Harr Eagle as the Chair of the firm’s Special Education Law practice. In addition to her role as an Associate Attorney , she will now lead a team of attorneys specializing in special education law. Ms. Harr Eagle joined WBK in 2015 and has focused on special education, student services and general solicitor assignments, including school employment law.
Ms. Harr Eagle also serves as the Solicitor for Career and Technology Centers and school districts across Western Pennsylvania where she routinely represents school districts in special education matters including Section 504 litigation, employment matters, and Federal Civil Rights litigation. She also serves as an adjunct professor of Special Education Law at Duquesne University School of Law.
“Annemarie has become one of the region’s leading counselors advising clients and litigating special education matters for the past seven years,” said Managing Partner Aimee Zundel. “While in law school, Annemarie supported our firm’s special education lawyers as a law clerk. Now, she will provide oversight and guidance to our team of attorneys who practice Special Education Law.”
Attorney Harr Eagle is admitted to practice in in the Courts of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania. She is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, the Allegheny County Bar Association, and is Chair of the Allegheny County Bar Association’s School and Municipal Law Section.
Weiss Burkardt Kramer is widely acknowledged as one of Pennsylvania’s leading public sector law firms focusing exclusively on education and municipal law. The firm also operates a delinquent tax collection service for municipalities and school districts throughout Western Pennsylvania.
For many years, WBK has advised municipalities and school districts on matters relating to general school and municipal law, public sector finance, special education, labor and employment, zoning, real estate tax assessment litigation, construction litigation, legislative enactments and general litigation.