Ms. Mannard advises clients on a wide range of matters impacting municipalities, developers, corporations, and individuals, including, but not limited to, municipal code enforcement, contract negotiation, land use and zoning matters, property acquisition and related litigation. Additionally, she handles matters governed by the Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code and the Code’s intersection with agency regulations and constitutional law.
“Kathleen is an excellent addition to our growing Municipal and Real Estate practices,” said Firm Administrative Partner Amy Brooks. “She is an asset to Wisler Pearlstine clients who will benefit from her experience and attention to detail.”
Prior to joining Wisler Pearlstine, Ms. Mannard practiced law in Pittsburgh, Pa. with a focus in municipal law and real estate litigation. She attended the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, earning her law degree with a concentration in environment and energy law. While in law school, she interned with the Pennsylvania Superior Court and the National Trust for Historic Preservation in Washington, D.C. In her spare time, Ms. Mannard enjoys trying new restaurants, exploring museums, and traveling with her husband, family and friends.