Saturday, November 20, 2010

Lancaster County Added to Pennsylvania Courthouses Photo Album

I attended a CLE (Continuing Legal Education) in Lancaster, PA on Wednesday. It just so happened to be right around the corner from the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas so I grabbed some photographs for the Pennsylvania Courthouses Photo Album.

The Lancaster County Courthouse is really a tale of two courthouses. There's a beautiful old section that's a classic Pennsylvania courthouse. And then there's the new section which... how to put this nicely... is a great example of 1970s architectural style. One of the pictures shows the exact point at which old meets new. Whether you prefer classic, or 1970s, one thing is for certain: the courthouse is HUGE! The Court's website currently lists 14 judges so I guess they need the space.

Posted by Philip Miles, an employment lawyer with McQuaide Blasko in State College, Pennsylvania.

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