Christopher Rice has been a member of Martson Law Offices since 2002, starting as a law clerk, moving to Associate Attorney in 2003 and then becoming a Shareholder in 2008. Chris is a native of South Central Pennsylvania, growing up in Lancaster County before moving to Cumberland County to attend law school. Chris has a long history of working in the community with various non-profit organizations and associations. In addition to serving as a full-time attorney, Chris also is a developer concentrating on redevelopment projects in downtown Carlisle.
In his free time, Chris enjoys the outdoors where he spends time hunting, fishing and hiking. Chris resides in Carlisle with his wife, Jill, and three children.
Land Use Disputes and Development
Business and Estate Planning
Mortgage Foreclosure Actions
Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
United States District Court – Middle District of Pennsylvania
United States Bankruptcy Court – Middle District of Pennsylvania
Penn State – Dickinson School of Law, Carlisle, Pennsylvania
Professional Associations and Community Involvement
Cumberland County Bar Association, Cumberland County Young Lawyers’ Division, Past Member
Cumberland County Bar Association, Member
Pennsylvania Bar Association, Member
Cumberland County Young Professionals, Past Board Member
Carlisle Planning Commission, Former Member
Rotary Club – Carlisle Sunrise, Former Member
United Way of Carlisle and Cumberland County
Campaign Committee Member
Co-Chair of the 2011 Campaign
United Way Young Leaders Society, Co-Chair, 2004 to 2006
Saint Patrick School Board, President
Greater Carlisle Area Chamber of Commerce, Past Board Member
College/Community Connections Committee, Past Member
Representing Central PA for More than 60 years
Martson Law Offices has been serving clients in Central Pennsylvania for more than six decades. Our attorneys have the experience and knowledge you’d find at a big-city law firm, but we also have deep roots in the community and understands the legal issues facing our clients locally.
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