Sean M. Cooper is a solo attorney practicing wills, trusts, and estate law in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. He is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania.
Sean graduated cum laude from Widener University Commonwealth Law School in Harrisburg, Pa. in May 2015. Prior to attending law school, Sean obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.
While Sean primarily practices wills, trusts, and estate administration law, he has experience with a number of areas of law. In law school, he participated in Widener Commonwealth’s Civil Law Clinic where he gained valuable experience as a student attorney in the areas of landlord/tenant, consumer debt relief, bankruptcy, unemployment, wills and estates, family, and Pennsylvania public utility law. Sean also clerked for several organizations during law school, including the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions, the Judicial Conduct Board of Pennsylvania, and The Keller Law Firm. These experiences have allowed Sean to aid his previous clients with a variety of legal matters in addition to their estate matters.
Sean is an effective advocate who is passionate about helping clients reach their legal goals. During law school, Sean was named as the Best Oral Advocate in his legal research, writing, and advocacy section. In 2015, he received the Bruce M. & Elizabeth M. Monroe Intellectual Property Scholarship.
Sean is a member of a number of trade organizations. At Widener, Sean served as the Technology Secretary of the Commonwealth Law School Student Bar Association. From 2014 to 2015, he served as the Chair of the Copyright Subcommittee of the Law Student Action Group of the American Bar Association’s Section of Intellectual Property Law. His current affiliations include:
- The American and Pennsylvanian Bar Associations
- The Lancaster County and Dauphin County Bar Associations
- The International Game Developers Association – Business and Law Special Interest Group