Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, PA, February 4, 2011 — Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC, Pennsylvania's largest lobbying law firm, continues to strengthen its team by adding Mollie A. McEnteer in Philadelphia. McEnteer, a 20-year lobbying veteran, was director of Duane Morris' Government Affairs group for the past seven years.

"We wanted to strengthen our East-West government relations coverage," stated Tom Paese, Chair of Buchanan's State Government Relations Practice. "Mollie has the experience and effectiveness to serve our clients with interests throughout the state."

McEnteer is known in Philadelphia and across the Commonwealth for her multiple successes lobbying on behalf of the Pennsylvania Convention Center and other significant tourism interests.

About McEnteer
In her 20 year tenure of consulting on government and public affairs, McEnteer has represented both public and private entities.  She is well-known in the region and has served in management positions within the Pennsylvania Governor’s Office, the State Treasurer’s Office and notably held the position of Assistant to Andy Card, Chairman for the 2000 Republican Convention.

McEnteer has held leadership roles in numerous political campaigns and has held managerial positions within the 2000 Republican National Convention and the Office of Governor Tom Ridge. She is a Philadelphia resident and graduate of Clarion University of Pennsylvania.