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Matthew J. Creme, Jr. is a graduate of Dickinson College and the Georgetown University Law Center.

A major component of the firm's practice is in the area of land use and real estate development. Mr. Creme leads the Land Use Law Practice Group of the firm. The Group represents developers of residential and commercial properties in Lancaster and the surrounding counties in Pennsylvania. Mr. Creme is Special Counsel to the County of Lancaster on real estate matters. Additionally, Mr. Creme serves as Solicitor to Conoy Township, Lancaster Township, Colerain Township, Elizabeth Township Zoning Hearing Board, West Hempfield Township Zoning Hearing Board, Paradise Township Zoning Hearing Board and The Conestoga Valley Building Code Appeals Board and frequently acts as special counsel to municipalities in South Central Pennsylvania for land use issues.

Mr. Creme is a member of the American, Pennsylvania, Lancaster and Berks County Bar Associations. He is a past President of the Lancaster Bar Association and Past Treasurer of the Pennsylvania Bar Association. In June of 2009, Mr. Creme was elected Vice President of the Pennsylvania Bar Association to serve as its 117th President in 2011.

He is also active in the non-profit community of South Central Pennsylvania, and has served as Board Chair of the American Red Cross of the Susquehanna Valley and the Lancaster County Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society,as well as serving with other community organizations. He is presently a Board member of Lancaster Catholic High School. He also served as a member of the Northeast Service Area Resource Council of the American Red Cross and in that position was responsible for coordinating and providing governance and planning counsel and advice to Red Cross Chapters in the nine states of the Northeast United States and in the Carribean.

He frequently lectures on topics of land use and administrative law as well as on non-profit corporate governance.

You may email Matt at mjcreme@n-hlaw.com.

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