Robert D. Reber Jr. of the Pennsylvania General Assembly has decided to go back to law practice five months after retiring at the completion of his ninth consecutive term. Reber has lead practically all of the House environmental legislative initiatives from 1985 until his retirement, and was instrumental in creating both the Department of Environmental Protection and the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. He says that he decided to join Dechert Price & Rhoads’ Harrisburg office after being impressed with their reputation and operating philosophy while working with their government affairs group as a legislator. -from Kate Goldhaber, the Legal Intelligencer , May 21, 1999

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