Harrisburg, PA – Nauman Smith Shissler & Hall, LLP, is pleased to announce that Suzanne Friday has been named partner. Ms. Friday chairs the firm’s Tax, Trusts, and Estates practice group. In addition to representing individuals, corporations, partnerships and LLCs in business and transactional matters, she assists clients with sophisticated tax and estate planning, often advising small business owners on succession planning as well as wealth and asset preservation.
With an L.L.M. in taxation from Georgetown University Law Center and prior experience as an in-house attorney for a large, international nonprofit organization, Suzanne brings extensive experience representing nonprofit organizations and regularly advises clients regarding all aspects of nonprofit operation from formation to dissolution.
Suzanne is a member of the Charitable Organizations Committee of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and serves as a pro bono guardian monitor for the Dauphin County Orphan’s Court.
Suzanne joined Nauman Smith in June 2005 after serving as in-house counsel for The Nature Conservancy in San Antonio, Texas. She earned a law degree from the Widener University School of Law, where she serves as an adjunct professor, and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Texas.
“We are pleased that Suzanne is a partner at Nauman Smith because her breadth and depth of experience enhances the firm’s ability to serve the business and legal needs of both non-profit and for-profit organizations,” said Craig Staudenmaier, Managing Partner.
In addition to Ms. Friday, Nauman Smith has five attorneys; Spencer G. Nauman, Jr., J. Stephen Feinour, Craig J. Staudenmaier, Benjamin C. Dunlap, Jr. and Joshua D. Bonn. The firm maintains an office in Harrisburg at 200 North Third Street. The oldest law firm in Harrisburg, Nauman Smith celebrated its 140th Anniversary in 2011.