About Our Firm

Welcome to HoganLaw

Welcome to HoganLaw, a full-service law firm located in the Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania. The office is located in Historic Downtown Easton, the County seat for Northampton County, Pennsylvania… conveniently located close to Routes 22 and 78.

Charles D. Hogan forged his practice in 1928, after he graduated from Lafayette College and Georgetown University School of Law. Charlie later merged his practice with Leighton B. Scott to form Hogan & Scott. Charlie’s son, Bill, joined the firm in 1958, later joined by his son, Jim, in 1959. Hogan & Scott was located in the famous “Drake Building” in downtown Easton until 1972 when the firm relocated next door on Center Square to the “Alpha Building”, which housed 9 floors of professional offices, including the corporate headquarters for The Alpha Cement Company. The Alpha Building is now Easton’s City Hall and the firm is now located just a block away on the historic tree-lined Spring Garden Street.

Bill practiced law until his death in 2008. Jim practiced law until his election as Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of Northampton County. Judge Hogan retired in 2007, though he still serves the Court on a part-time basis as Special Master.

Theresa Hogan joined the practice in 1989 and has been invested and committed to her clients and the community for over 26 years.

HoganLaw is a fully staffed law firm representing a broad spectrum of clients from individuals to family owned businesses and charities. As a highly respected firm, HoganLaw is dedicated to providing excellent representation, efficiently and effectively. We understand that every client has a unique set of needs, and we work hard to provide every client with the personal attention they deserve. We look forward to the opportunity to assist you.

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