Bryan Salzmann, Esq., founder and shareholder of Salzmann Hughes, P.C., has been named to the 2023 Power List for Law by the Central Penn Business Journal (CPBJ). The Power List for Law is an annual ranking of the most influential lawyers in the region.

Salzmann is a highly respected attorney who has built a 30-year legal career serving nearly 100 municipal entities across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. His practice regularly involves representation of and before municipal and county governments, zoning hearing boards, water and sewer authorities, courts of common pleas, Commonwealth Court and federal and state regulatory agencies.

Salzmann earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in management and philosophy from the University of Scranton in 1988, followed by his J.D at the Dickinson School of Law in Carlisle in 1991. He completed his Master of Science in geo-environmental studies at Shippensburg University in 1994.

For nearly fifteen years, Salzmann served as a collegiate level professor, teaching such classes as Environmental Law, Land Use Regulations, Conservation of Natural Resources, and Water Law. 

“I am humbled to be named to the 2023 Power List for Law,” said Salzmann. “I started my firm in 1995 in the basement of a trucking building with my wife Susan as my administrative professional.  Now with nearly 60 attorneys and staff across five locations, my goal is still to look to serve those in need.”

According to Ernest Long, CPBJ Editor, the annual Power List for Law recognizes, “those who shape our communities and influence our quality of life through the legal foundations on which our society was built and depends upon.”