Throughout Women's History Month, we're highlighting the amazing "Power Women" who are so integral to Edgar Snyder & Associates. Our pick for this week's Power Woman: Attorney Christine Zaremski-Young.
In 2004, Attorney Zaremski-Young started working as a law clerk here at the firm while she was still a law school student. She made a serious impression and was hired as an associate attorney following graduation and passing the bar exam. Almost exactly 11 years later, Attorney Zaremski-Young is now the youngest partner at Edgar Snyder & Associates.
While earning her Bachelor's Degree at the University of Pittsburgh, Attorney Zaremski-Young triple majored in history & philosophy of science, political science, and psychology. She then earned her Juris Doctor cum laude from the Duquesne University School of Law. During law school, she was a published member of the Duquesne Law Review, and earned three Excellence for the Future Awards (awarded for achieving the highest grade in a class). She graduated from law school in the top 10 percent of her class.
With the guidance of her mentor here at the firm, managing partner Attorney Richard Rosenthal, Attorney Zaremski-Young has made a name for herself as a legal force in the community. She has successfully provided legal counsel to hundreds of clients hurt in many types of accidents, but has been particularly successful in cases involving commercial motor vehicles and complex cases encompassing multiple parties. Attorney Zaremski-Young's legal experience advocating for clients with traumatic brain injuries was even featured on an episode of "No Fee TV."
The legal community has recognized this power woman with multiple awards and honors. From 2010-2014, Attorney Zaremski-Young has been selected for inclusion in Pennsylvania Rising Stars®, an honor awarded to the best up-and-coming attorneys 40 and younger. She often appears as a speaker for statewide trucking seminars with her tremendous experience in trucking liability. Additionally, in recognition of achieving million and multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements for her clients, Attorney Zaremski-Young was named a member of both the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum—fewer than 1% of United States lawyers are members.
Attorney Zaremski-Young doesn't just help her clients; she helps her community as well. She is involved with the Susan G. Komen Foundation, and serves as captain of the Edgar Snyder & Associates Race for the Cure team. She has also done pro-bono legal work with the Young Lawyers Division of the Allegheny County Bar Association and has mentored with the Duquesne Law Mentor Program.
To find out even more about Attorney Christine Zaremski-Young's amazing career see her full bio here.