Ann Pepperman, an honors graduate of Gettysburg College and Georgetown University Law Center, first served a clerkship for the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. She then practiced law in Williamsport for over three decades before joining McCormick Law Firm.

A partner in the firm, Ann concentrates in the areas of business and commercial transactions, real estate, land development, higher education, and employment. She also maintains a general practice in a number of other areas, including wills and estates. Ann is an agent for Fidelity National Title Insurance Company and First American Title Insurance Company and is a member of National Association of College and University Attorneys.

Ann serves as a member of several corporate boards and agencies including UPMC, UPMC – Susquehanna, Williamsport Hospital, Lock Haven Hospital, Lycoming College, Pennsylvania College of Technology Foundation, and Williamsport/Lycoming Chamber of Commerce.


  • Gettysburg College (honors graduate)
  • Georgetown University Law Center

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