L. Craig Harris, Esq. (Ret. 2019)

L. Craig Harris graduated form Allegheny College with a B.A. in economics. He then received his Juris Doctor from the University of Pittsburg Law School and is admitted to practice before the Courts of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Craig primarily practices law in the areas of real estate, family law, business planning and development, estate planning, elder care, and estate administration. 

He served on the executive committee of the Lycoming Law Association from 2000-2008 and as its president in 2007. Craig currently serves on various boards of the Jersey Shore Hospital, as well as on the board of the Jersey Shore Area Chamber of Commerce, of which he’s served for more than 20 years in addition to serving as past president for fifteen years and is current acting chairman. He is a member of the Jersey Shore Lions Club and past president of the Lycoming Law Association.

Harris has successfully represented several local manufacturing companies in connection with obtaining Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority financing for construction and expansion of their local facilities. This resulted in additional employment opportunities for people in the Jersey Shore area. He serves on the board of directors of the Community Housing and Development Corporation of Jersey Shore. 

Craig is an avid sportsman, enjoying tennis, skiing and golf. He sings in a men’s quartet that performs at community and church events. Harris grew up in Lock Haven, and now livers in Loyalsock with his wife, Marty. He is father of two grown sons, and has three grandchildren: Juliet, Mac, and Sophia. 

Craig concentrates his legal efforts in real estate, estate planning, elder law and guardianship, estate administration, and business law.

Bar Admission

  • PA Bar
  • 1970

Licensed

  • Licensed Title Insurance Agent: Old Republic Title Insurance Company

Education

  • Allegheny College, Meadville, PA – B.A.
  • 1962-1966
  • University of Pittsburgh School of Law, Pittsburgh, PA – J.D.
  • 1966-1969