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PA / Lancaster

Kiandra Steffy

Saxton & Stump LLC
280 Granite Run Drive, Suite 300 
Lancaster , PA 17601


Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law, J.D.

University of Maryland, B.A. in Criminology & Criminal Justice and Communication


Kiandra D. Steffy is an attorney for Saxton & Stump in Lancaster, PA and focuses her practice in labor & employment, Title IX and commercial litigation. She represents employers in the investigation of allegations of discrimination, harassment and other types of workplace misconduct. She also has experience handling complex and sensitive campus investigations and assists higher education entities with reviewing their Title IX policies and procedures.

She is barred in Pennsylvania and New Jersey and admitted to the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey. Kiandra has also completed The State University of New York’s (SUNY) Student Conduct Institute (SCI) Title IX annual compliance training. The training includes courses specially designed for those working directly with Title IX investigations and sexual misconduct grievances and prepares investigators to handle the complexities and sensitivities surrounding campus investigations.

Prior to joining Saxton & Stump, Kiandra served as an Associate in the litigation group of a law firm based in Harrisburg, PA where she focused her practice in fiduciary litigation, employment litigation and education law. She previously served as an Assistant City Solicitor with the City of Philadelphia Law Department as well as an arbitrator for the Office of District Court Administration in Lancaster, PA. Kiandra also served as Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable Dennis E. Reinaker.

As a participant of the Clemency Project 2014, which allows non-violent, low-level offenders to receive pro bono representation, Kiandra successfully petitioned for an incarcerated individual to receive a commuted sentence after being granted clemency by former President Barack Obama. She is the first member of the National Bar Association to file a successful petition for clemency.

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