Maranda Moyer is a Lancaster County native and a graduate of Manheim Central High School. Maranda earned her Bachelor’s in Political Science and Public Policy from Gettysburg College and her Juris Doctor from Widener University Commonwealth Law School. Maranda served as a Senior Staff Editor for the Law Review Journal and finished first-in-class in her legal writing and drafting courses.
Maranda joined Russell, Krafft, & Gruber in 2019 and worked as a Legal Assistant following graduation from Gettysburg. Wanting a more hands on role with clients, Maranda entered law school and continued to work with RKG during winter and summer breaks. She enhanced her legal experience in various practice areas drafting agreements and conducting legal research for cases in the areas of Business Law, Liquor Law, Land Use, Land Planning and Zoning, Estate Planning, and Estate Administration. Additionally, Maranda worked as a legal intern for the Lancaster County District Attorney’s Office where she focused on courtroom work. This experience has shaped her legal strategies and enhanced her ability to provide effective legal counsel for her clients. Maranda is enthusiastic about making a positive impact and representing clients in the community she grew up in.
Maranda is a member of the Lancaster Bar Association and the Pennsylvania Bar Association. Maranda resides in Manheim with her husband, Zachary.
Get to know Maranda
What is one interesting thing we probably don’t know about you?
Maranda’s academic article regarding Pennsylvania’s Liquor Laws was selected for publication in the 2023 edition of Widener’s Law Journal.
What is it you enjoy most about being an attorney?
I enjoy solving issues for clients in a way specialized and particular to their own personal situation. The legal field is an industry in which you are always learning, adapting, and growing as a professional.
What is your guilty pleasure?
Baking and cooking! Growing up I wanted to be a Chef.