Sandra M. Liberatori


-Liberatori, Sandra M
Primary Practice Areas

Civil and Commercial Litigation; Banking Law; Collections; Mediation; Contract Drafting and Negotiation; Wills, Trusts and Estates; and Personal Injury.

Law School

Temple University School of Law

Undergraduate School/Degree

Elizabethtown College, B.A. in Communication Arts (Cum Laude)

Why Law?

I believe in our legal system. It is not perfect, of course, but I came into this profession believing our legal system is the best in the world and that belief has not changed. The legal system can make a huge difference in a person’s life. I believe that attorneys serve their clientele by acting as a link to the system, advocating on behalf of the client. My feeling is that the client’s bottom line and well­being (financial and otherwise) come first. Sometimes that means being negotiator and compromising, and sometimes it means being a litigator. I am comfortable serving in either capacity. Service to the client, and giving the client the best legal and practical advice under any circumstance are my goals as an attorney.

Bar Affiliations and Activities

Over the years, Sandi has been involved in a number of activities.  See Biography Below.  Currently, I am admitted to  Pennsylvania Bar and the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

Brief Bio

Sandra (Sandi) Liberatori, has handled matters in Philadelphia, as well as Montgomery, Chester, Bucks and Delaware counties. She served as a law clerk to the Pennsylvania Superior Court, Central Legal Staff, and to the Honorable I. Raymond Kremer of the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.

Prior to working in Delaware County, and while raising her children and working part time in her own practice in Collegeville, Ms. Liberatori served in legal and leadership positions for volunteer organizations in her community.  She served as President of the Board and a Board member of the Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy (Schwenksville, PA) and served on the Board of Directors of the Community Music School (Trappe, Pennsylvania).  Ms. Liberatori was also a girl scout leader and taught CCD at St. Eleanor’s Parish, Collegeville.  She was a member of the Justinian Society  (Philadelphia), Montgomery County Women’s Referral Network (since 1994), and provided pro bono assistance to several non-profit organizations.