Joanne Darcy Crum, a professional land surveyor and lawyer was a guest speaker at the recent Federation of Bar Associations 4th Judicial District meeting in Lake Placid.
According to a media release, the association meets annually and offers continuing legal education for its members. Crum presented the program “Survey Primer for Attorneys” and discussed the role of surveyors in the legal process.
In November, she will participate in a National Business Institute seminar in Albany where she will be a presenter in “Resolving Boundary Disputes in New York,” a continuing education program for attorneys, land surveyors and title professionals.
In July, Crum celebrated her 32nd year in business as a professional land surveyor and has operated her legal firm from the same location for nearly two years.
Crum is a graduate of SUNY Albany where she earned a bachelor’s degree and the Master of Business Administration and from Albany Law School where she earned a Juris Doctor. She has been a licensed law practitioner since 2012. She was affiliated with the Lemery Greisler law firm in Albany for six years before opening her solo law practice on West Main Street in Cobleskill.
Crum is also active in leadership positions in the NYS Professional Land Surveyors, NYS Bar Association, Schoharie County Bar Association and SUNY Cobleskill Foundation.