Awards & Memberships
Serving Montgomery, Delaware, and Chester Counties
Sheryl R. Rentz was named a Top Attorney for 2020 by Suburban Life Magazine. The list was compiled based on suggestions by readers, and attorneys featured in the magazine throughout the year.
Sheryl R. Rentz has a perfect 10 Avvo rating on Avvo, the largest and most thorough online lawyer directory. Avvo uses a mathematical model to assess a lawyer’s qualifications based on five areas: associations, awards, speaking engagements, publications, and peer endorsements. Only an attorney who is deeply involved in the legal community can receive a perfect rating.
Since establishing her law office in 1992, Sheryl has been active in the MBA. She has served as co-chair of the Joint Liaison with Accounts Committee since 2009, has served as secretary for the Realtors Liaison Committee, and is a member of the Family Law Committee. In addition, she has served as a lecturer for the MBA’s continuing legal education programs.
The Philadelphia Bar Association was founded in 1802, making it the oldest professional grouping of lawyers in the United States. Many founding fathers were members, and to be a “Philadelphia lawyer” meant you were a particularly competent in winning difficult cases. Sheryl R. Rentz has been a proud member of the Philadelphia Bar Association since 1992.
Headquartered in Harrisburg, the Pennsylvania Bar Association has over 60,000 members to date. Since 1895, the PBA has provided resources to lawyers and played an active role in state legislation. Today, Ms. Rentz and members like her can draw upon 50 specialty committees, ethics opinions, case summaries, online research, and other members to support their clients.
Because her practice is set close to the state line and some of her clients hail from New Jersey, Sheryl R. Rentz joined the NJSBA back in 1992. This voluntary membership helps foster professionalism, expand networking opportunities, and “serve as the voice of New Jersey attorneys to other organizations, governmental entities, and the public” both inside the courtroom and out.