Daniel R. Jameson was born and raised in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania where he attended Cumberland Valley High School. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He subsequently received his law degree (Juris Doctorate) from Widener University Commonwealth Law School (formerly Widener University School of Law, Harrisburg campus) and is currently admitted to practice law in all jurisdictions in Pennsylvania including the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania. He is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, the Cumberland County Bar Association and the American Bar Association.
Dan attended Widener University Commonwealth Law School as an evening division member, maintaining a full-time job with Rite Aid Corporation while in law school. He worked as both a business analyst, and a legal intern/senior paralegal while at Rite Aid.
Dan began his legal career by working for a medium sized law firm in Mechanicsburg, focusing on labor and employment law, as well as general and business litigation. After gaining extensive litigation and business law experience working for companies both large and small, Dan elected to join a small, Lancaster, Pennsylvania general practice firm which focused on employment and general business law. In 2015, Dan opened his own firm, The Jameson Law Firm, LLC. He continues to represent small, medium and large sized companies, including a Fortune 100 company, in addition to a variety of other clients in general legal matters in central Pennsylvania, including those in Harrisburg, Camp Hill, Mechanicsburg, Lemoyne, Carlisle, Hershey, York, Lancaster, Lebanon and Perry and Juniata Counties.
Dan is also an adjunct professor at Widener Commonwealth Law School where he teaches Real Estate Transactions.
Dan, his wife Kaitlin and their daughter Maisie currently live in Mechancisburg. In his spare time, Dan enjoys playing golf, basketball and various other sports, traveling and drinking the occasional craft beer.