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Amy M.
Cleary

Associate

Amy M. Cleary is an Associate in the firm’s Education Law practice group. Her practice focuses on the representation of public school districts and charter schools in special education matters.

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460 Norristown Road, Suite 110
Blue Bell, PA 19422
Email: acleary@wispearl.com
Assistant
Kimberly Manning
Phone: 610-825-8400
Fax: 610-828-4887

Prior to joining Wisler Pearlstine, Ms. Cleary practiced family law for several years at a Philadelphia law firm and taught at a local public high school. With her prior experience as both litigator and teacher, Ms. Cleary brings a unique perspective to her practice.

Ms. Cleary received her undergraduate degree in Economics from Dartmouth College and her law degree from Temple University’s School of Law, where she served as a Note/Comment Editor of the Temple Law Review. She received her Master’s in Education from Arcadia University.

Bar Admissions

Pennsylvania

United States District Court Eastern District of Pennsylvania

Education

Temple University Beasley School of Law (J.D.)

Arcadia University (M.Ed.)

Dartmouth College (B.A., Economics)

Amy M.
Cleary

Associate

Amy M. Cleary is an Associate in the firm’s Education Law practice group. Her practice focuses on the representation of public school districts and charter schools in special education matters.

Let's Talk
460 Norristown Road, Suite 110
Blue Bell, PA 19422
Email: acleary@wispearl.com
Assistant
Kimberly Manning
Phone: 610-825-8400
Fax: 610-828-4887

Prior to joining Wisler Pearlstine, Ms. Cleary practiced family law for several years at a Philadelphia law firm and taught at a local public high school. With her prior experience as both litigator and teacher, Ms. Cleary brings a unique perspective to her practice.

Ms. Cleary received her undergraduate degree in Economics from Dartmouth College and her law degree from Temple University’s School of Law, where she served as a Note/Comment Editor of the Temple Law Review. She received her Master’s in Education from Arcadia University.