KRISTA-ANN STALEY is an associate in the Public Sector Services and Energy & Natural Resources Groups of Babst Calland. Ms. Staley’s practice focuses on municipal law, with an emphasis on land use and land development issues. She represents boroughs, townships, municipal authorities, zoning hearing boards, individuals and private entities in the Pittsburgh area. Ms. Staley advises these clients when revising or enacting land use regulations and when considering land use applications. She also assists with issues pertaining to state and local roadway regulations, record requests filed under the Pennsylvania Right-to-Know Law, and public meeting requirements under the Sunshine Act. Ms. Staley graduated cum laude from the Honor’s College at Ball State University in 2003 where she earned a Bachelor of Urban Planning and Regional Development and was selected as an American Institute of Certified Planners Outstanding Student. She earned her J.D. from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in 2007 with a certificate in advanced study of environmental law, science and policy.