Haley is an associate in the Saxton & Stump Healthcare Litigation, Labor and Employment, and Commercial Litigation groups. She works to defend hospitals, healthcare systems, physicians, and professionals in cases of medical professional liability cases, and defends employers in all aspects of employment law.
At a previous firm, Haley focused on civil litigation, including medical professional negligence defense and labor and employment law. She drafted pleadings, wrote briefs, conducted legal research, drafted and sent appeals regarding administrative agency decisions, met with clients, and helped attorneys with discovery and deposition preparation.
Haley earned her B.S. from Juniata College, where she had the opportunity to study abroad in Germany, Vietnam, England, Ireland, and China and was her class president. Haley then went on to earn her J.D. from Penn State Law. During her time at law school, she worked for the Hon. Stephanie L. Haines of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania and for law firms in Erie and State College focusing on civil litigation. Haley also served as a certified Title IX advisor to students involved in formal grievance processes with Title IX and sexual misconduct at Juniata College and as the college’s Assistant Mock Trial Coach.
While at Penn State Law in University Park, she was a clinical student at the school’s Civil Rights Appellate Legal Clinic, where she and her classmates filed an amicus brief regarding a lawsuit under the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 and the Federal Arbitration Act with The Supreme Court of the United States. She also was a member of multiple Penn State Law mock trial teams, placing second in the National Mock Trial competition and winning the Regional American Association for Justice Mock Trial Competition; an advocate on the ABA Moot Court Team; and a leader on the Executive Board for the Penn State Law Arbitration Law Review. At graduation, Haley was recognized for her exceptional skills in trial advocacy, oral advocacy, and brief writing by receiving the International Academy of Trial Lawyers Award and being inducted into the Order of the Barristers.