Heather Snyder is a paralegal in the Washington, D.C. office. Heather is a utility player on L&B’s team of experienced and skilled attorneys and support staff. Her work has included handling typical paralegal assignments to identifying creative approaches to challenges in a client-focused environment.
Since joining the firm, Heather has worked on plaintiff class actions regarding misclassification and wage hour claims. Heather handled much of the case management for these class action cases, including initial client engagement, discovery, and settlement administration. Additionally, she has assisted with numerous workplace investigations.
Heather’s attention to detail and organizational skills makes her an integral part of Lawrence & Bundy’s litigation team.
Over the past 20 years, Heather has held numerous positions in the public and private sectors as an investigator and paralegal. As a paralegal for Yuma County, Arizona, Heather handled the gamut of complex civil and criminal matters, including trial support. She was responsible for researching key legal issues, maintaining case files, preparing pleadings and scheduling for witness and client interviews.
Before becoming a paralegal, Heather served as a police support investigator for the Yuma Police Department. She supported and participated in crime scene processing and witness interviews in this capacity. She also served as the clerk for the presiding judge in the city of Yuma, Arizona, which included the creation and management of the judicial enforcement unit to ensure sentencing compliance.
Treasurer, Sykesville Raiders Football, Board of Directors (2022-present)
Former – Member-at-large, Ballet Yuma Board of Directors (2005-2007)
University of Arizona