Ms. Darby is a recent graduate of Widener University Commonwealth Law School in Harrisburg. She took the July 2019 bar examination and is awaiting the results.
She is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association (student status) and involved with the Education and Family Law Committees. She is a liaison between the PBA Education Law Committee and the Young Lawyers Division of the PBA.
Ms. Darby received her Bachelor’s degree magna cum laude from the University of Pittsburgh-Bradford. Her degree is in Administration of Justice with a minor in Psychology. She also has a certificate from William and Mary Law School in Special Education Advocacy.
Ms. Darby has a plethora of work experience in various areas. In the legal realm, she was previously employed with the York County District Attorney’s Office as a grant manager, victim/witness coordinator, and case manager. She then worked for Anstine & Sparler, a local general practice firm in York, where her duties included drafting legal documents, managing client files, and corresponding with clients and court personnel.
Advocating for children with special needs is a passion Ms. Darby holds near to her heart. She has family members with special needs and has volunteered with local organizations assisting children with disabilities.
Ms. Darby enjoys various forms of crafting, camping, and reading. She has studied Reiki and other forms of meditation for the past 5 years.
She was born and raised in the southern part of York County. She now resides in the northern part of York County with her husband and two dachshunds.