New Attorneys Join Our Firm

The legal team at MacMain Leinhauser is proud to announce
that two new attorneys joined the firm this past August: Christine
Einerson and Kelsey Hoffman. Both attorneys share passion for the law
and are committed to protecting the rights of their clients.

After graduating with honors from Temple University with a Bachelor of
Arts in Political Science and Public Relations, Christine Einerson worked
at a law firm in Manhattan that focused on class-action lawsuits and then
at the Manhattan District Attorney’s office. While at the District Attorney’s
office, Christine worked in the Cybercrime and Identity Theft Bureau
office and enrolled in Brooklyn Law School as a night school student,
obtaining her Juris Doctorate in 2018. Upon graduation, Christine was
appointed as an assistant district attorney in Philadelphia, working on
successful misdemeanor and felony prosecutions. Christine joined
MacMain Leinhauser in August of 2021.

Kelsey Hoffman graduated in 2016 from West Chester University of
Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Arts in American History and Political
Science and an Associate Degree in American Studies. Following
graduation, Kelsey studied law at Drexel University Thomas R. Kline
School of Law, where she obtained her Juris Doctorate in 2019. While at
Drexel University, Kelsey worked pro bono for the Marshall-Brennan
Constitutional Literacy Project, was elected as Vice President of the
Women in Law Society and held a summer clerkship at the Chester
County Court of Common Pleas. Following graduation from law school,
Kelsey joined a large national firm working in their Workers’
Compensation department. Kelsey joined MacMain, Connell &
Leinhauser in August of 2021.