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Caroline Robelen

Narrative:  Caroline has a diverse professional and educational background that allows her to direct her energy to clients’ needs for thorough, detailed analysis and dedicated advocacy. Her practice focuses on cases involving sales and use tax and property taxes. In her time at Van Allen LLC, Caroline has worked extensively with some of Pennsylvania’s largest businesses.

Caroline is a graduate of Widener University Commonwealth Law School in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. She graduated second in her division and was an Internal Supervising Editor for the 29th Volume of the Widener Commonwealth Law Review. Caroline mentored first year students as an Academic Support Fellow for Legal Methods and Contracts and was a research assistant for a professor. She was also selected by a professor to assist in researching tort law as it applies to amusement/theme parks and developing technology. She spent two semesters as a legal intern at the Pennsylvania Department of State where she assisted attorneys in drafting Judgments and Orders and developing regulations. She also served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Mary J. Leavitt, President Judge of the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania.

Prior to joining Van Allen LLC, Caroline lived in Orlando, Florida where she worked for two world-renowned entertainment companies: Walt Disney World Resort and Universal Orlando Resort as a character attendant, character and parade performer and character performer trainer. During her time at the theme parks, she performed in Universal Orlando Resort’s 25th Anniversary Celebration, Orlando’s 2016 Citrus Bowl Parade and Walt Disney World’s Candlelight Processional.

Contact:  cgr@vanallenllc.com717.214.4455

Bar Admissions: Pennsylvania

Education: Ball State University (B.A., magna cum laude); Widener University Commonwealth Law School (J.D., magna cum laude)

Professional Affiliations:  Pennsylvania Bar Association

Personal: Lives in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania. Currently pursuing her private pilot’s license.

Publications: To Guard or Not to Guard: Should PennDOT Even Bother? A Survey of Cagey v. Commonwealth, 29 Widener Commonwealth L. Rev. 391 (2020).



 



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