Attorney Dubbs has a bachelor of science in Business Administration with a concentration in Human Resource Management from Lebanon Valley College and a Juris Doctorate from Widener University.
In addition, Amanda has achieved her certification as a Senior Professional in Human Resource Management (SPHR) from the Human Resource Certification Institute (2008). Amanda has recently earned SHRM-SCP from the Society of Human Resource Management in January 2015. She was also awarded the John A. Fillion Memorial Award for excellence in employment and labor law at graduation from Widener University School of Law (2005).
Amanda and her husband, Matt, enjoy spending time with family and traveling. They have one son, Samuel who brightens each day with new adventures.
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Sarah has over 15 years legal experience assisting and counseling individuals through difficult times. She is driven by an overwhelming desire to help people. This comes from being raised in Southern York County by her parents, Gary and Dianne Masimore and seeing their hours of dedication to serving in their church, local school board, the Jefferson Sportsman’s Club and Jefferson Volunteer Fire Company.
Sarah is a graduate of Susquehanock High School. She attended Penn State University and went to law school at Widener School of Law in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. After law school she went to the University of Arkansas earning a Master of Law in Agricultural Law.
Upon return from Arkansas, Sarah clerked in the York County Court of Common Pleas for the Honorable John C. Uhler. After clerking, Sarah practiced civil law in a large York county firm as well as a smaller general practice firm. During that time, she focused on general civil litigation, family law, real estate matters, and debt collection.
Desiring greater trial experience, Sarah then went to the York County District Attorney’s office where she garnered invaluable courtroom skills prosecuting a variety of cases from juvenile law, vehicular and DUI offenses, as well as assault crimes.
Most recently, Sarah has been helping and advocating for people injured through no fault of their own.
Sarah and her husband, Philip, enjoy Penn State sports and spending time with their family. Sarah and Philip have two children, Eli and Evelyn, who participate in a variety of activities.
To best represent you Sarah is admitted to the following Courts:
Sarah is also a member of the following associations and organizations: