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Allentown REAL ESTATE, LAND USE & DEVELOPMENT Lawyer
Mr. McLean takes a practical, common sense approach to the challenges that face his clients, working toward the most efficient outcome without overcomplicating or "overlawyering" the matter. His clients have recognized his practical, insightful solutions and value his in-depth knowledge of the law.
Mr. McLean is a member of the Board of Directors of Ripple Community, Inc. and President the Board of Directors of Ripple's newly formed RCI Village. He is able to translate his real estate and corporate experience to assist the Boards in fulfilling their purpose of providing housing stability. RCI Village's purpose is to provide safe, stable, affordable housing, and support and connections that residents need to achieve long-term housing and life stability.
A native to the Lehigh Valley, Mr. McLean understands the marketplace and unique qualities of doing business here. When not in his hometown of Zionsville, he can likely be found on the beaches of Florida or the Caribbean islands, collecting shells and humming "Margaritaville".
About Christopher M. McLean
Current Employment Position(s)
- REAL ESTATE, LAND USE & DEVELOPMENT
- CORPORATE, BUSINESS & BANKING
- PROJECT DEVELOPMENT & FINANCE
- MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS
- PLANNED COMMUNITIES & CONDOMINIUMS
- ESTATE PLANNING & ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES & TRUSTS
- U.S. District Court Eastern District of Pennsylvania
- Pennsylvania Bar Association
- Bar Association of Lehigh County
Pro Bono Activities
- RCI Village Properties, President, Board of Directors (2020 – Present)
- Ripple Community, Inc., Member, Board of Directors (2019 – Present)
- Wills for Heroes, Volunteer
- Dickinson School of Law of the Pennsylvania State University, Carlisle, Pennsylvania
Honors: cum laude
Law Journal: Penn State Journal of International Law, Articles Editor
- Dickinson College, Pennsylvania
Honors: magna cum laude
Honors: Dean's List
Accepts Credit Cards
645 West Hamilton StreetSuite 800 Allentown, PA 18101
8:30 - 5:00 (M-Th); 8:00 - 4:30 (F)
- Special Solicitor, Salem Township
- Local Legal Leader, Lehigh Valley Magazine, 2016
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