Marcie Marino-Romberger concentrates her work in the areas of Special Education, Student Services and Civil Rights Defense. Her clients benefit from her extensive background in business, the private practice of law, education, and government. In education law, she brings the valuable perspective of having worked in law firms on behalf of both students/families and school entities.
Just prior to joining the firm, she ran a successful retail business, overseeing human resources, sales, finance, customer service, marketing and overall operations.
She has also worked for the Office of Dispute Resolution (ODR) in Harrisburg, reviewing Special Education law, presiding over Due Process hearings, and writing decisions on same. She also served as director of the ODR office for several years, managing and instructing staff and officers. She has also taught Special Education classes at Lehigh Carbon Community College and Albright College.
Upon her admission to the bar, she worked for the Lehigh County District Attorney’s Office as an assistant district attorney in the Child Abuse, Sex Crimes and Domestic Violence Division. She also served as a judicial clerk to the Honorable John Backenstoe.
- The Dickinson School of Law (J.D.)
- Moravian College (B.A.)