As the President and Senior Partner at Hourigan, Kluger & Quinn, Allan Kluger sets a high bar for all the other attorneys on the firm’s Business Team. Usually the first to arrive at the office and the last to leave, Attorney Kluger’s work ethic and commitment to client service is the benchmark by which all of his colleagues measure their own performance. Attorney Kluger is one of Luzerne County’s longest practicing lawyers, and has been honored numerous times over the years for his service to the Bar, including the President’s Award from the Luzerne County Bar Association.
A graduate of Wyoming Seminary and Amherst College, Attorney Kluger joined the law firm that later became Hourigan, Kluger & Quinn after earning his law degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 1952. Today, his practice focuses primarily on business law, wills and estates.
When asked about his tireless work ethic, he jokes, “I flunked the course in sleeping. But seriously, I come in so early because I love what I do, and it gives me the opportunity to give the kind of service I want to give to my clients.”
Attorney Kluger has been named a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer and is a member of the Luzerne County, Pennsylvania and American Bar Associations. He served on the Pennsylvania State Ethics Commission from 1991 to 1998 by appointment of the Governor and serves on numerous boards throughout the region.
He has been honored with the B’nai B’rith Outstanding Citizen Award, the First Annual Ethics Award given by Ethics Institute of Northeastern Pennsylvania, the Wyoming Seminary Distinguished Service Award, the Anti-Defamation League Distinguished Community Service Award, the Boy Scouts Distinguished Citizen Award, Temple Israel’s Pillar of the Community Award and the Wilkes-Barre Chamber of Commerce Distinguished Citizen Award. He is the recipient, together with his wife, Sue, of the first Lifetime Achievement in Philanthropy Award presented by the Greater Pocono Northeast Chapter of the National Society of Fundraising Executives.