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Colleen F. Consolo, Esq.

Ms. Consolo was born and raised in Norristown, Pennsylvania nearby such local landmarks as Elmwood Park, Roosevelt School and Eisenhower School. Ms. Consolo graduated from Norristown Area High School in 1987. Following graduation she attended her first year of College at Lebanon Valley College. Following this she completed her college education at Temple University, Ambler Campus. Ms. Consolo received her Bachelor's of Arts Degree in Political Science, with a minor in German from Temple University in 1990.

Keith A. Harbison, Esq.

Keith Harbison, Esquire, received his undergraduate degree from Pennsylvania State University in 1989 and his law degree from Widener Law School in 1994. While at Widener Law School, Mr. Harbison was a member of the Moot Court Honor Society. Immediately upon graduation from law school, Mr. Harbison worked as an associate at the law firm of Rendine & McConeghy in Philadelphia, PA where he represented individuals in the areas of civil and criminal law until 2000 when he left to join the law firm of Solomon, Berschler, Warren, Schatz and Flood in Norristown, PA. Mr. Harbison worked as an associate at Solomon, Berschler, Warren, Schatz, Flood & Monaghan from December 2000 until March 2008 at which time he left to form the law office of Consolo & Harbison.

Lisa Kane Brown, Esq.

Lisa Kane Brown, Esquire is a graduate of Temple University School of Law, and also has an undergraduate and master’s degree in education. She has experience in general liability, slip and fall, property damage, personal injury, products liability and workers compensation. Miss Kane has also represented School Districts and Local Agencies in cases involving the Political Subdivision Tort Claims Act as well as Special Education issues. She is admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar and the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Miss Kane also does volunteer work for the Montgomery Child Advocacy Project, and is appointed to represent abused and neglected children.