Long & Long’s Nicole M. Pardus has been selected as a member of the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy Emerging Leaders Advisory Committee.
The WPC protects and restores the waterways, forests, wildlife, and natural areas in our region for the benefit of present and future generations. They create green spaces and gardens in the cities and towns of Western Pennsylvania to bring back some growth and liveliness to the area.
Becoming a WPC emerging leader allows Nicole to give back to the community, network with WPC’s board of directors other environmentally conscious individuals, and aid in the conservation of our region. Nicole has always felt strongly about the environment and protecting Western Pennsylvania’s land, water, and wildlife. She has made it a priority to be involved in organizations that align with bettering the community and environment.
See the full list of WPC’s Emerging Leaders here: https://bit.ly/3IoQZvv
Nicole is a partner of Long & Long, LLC and her main areas of practice are Estate and Trust Planning, Probate, and Orphans’ Court Litigation. She is very involved with the Westmoreland and Pennsylvania Bar Associations, as well as the community. Currently, she serves as the chair of the Westmoreland County Bar Young Lawyers Division, as a committee member for the Westmoreland Bar Membership Committee, and as a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Leadership Institute. She has been serving since 2021 as the Treasurer of the Board for Laurel Legal Services which offers free legal services to those in need in Western Pennsylvania. This past year she was involved with the Visionaries program for the Community Foundation of Westmoreland County.