...school crossing guard. He won a scholarship to a community college, transferred to Amherst and went on to earn his law degree from the...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
... Practice Areas: Civil litigation, labor and employment College: Lehigh Univ., B.A., political science, 2000 Law School...
The Senate Judiciary Committee refuses to endorse Republican Bruce Harris for the New Jersey Supreme Court, marking the second time in two months it has turned down one of Gov. Chris Christie's nomin
Like water seeking its own level, new partnerships rose this year to 150 — their prerecession average. It was as strong a resurgence as the earlier fall-off was precipitous
Firing a double-barreled shot of diversity, Gov. Chris Christie on Monday announced two nominees who if confirmed would become the first Asian-American and the first openly gay justice on the New Jer
Hiring by New Jersey law firms is on a steady swing back nearly to prerecession levels, judging by the anecdotal evidence assembled in this, our annual new-associates magazine
It's too soon to say whether the recovery cycle has kicked in for New Jersey law firms, but our annual yearbook of new associates shows that after two years of decline, hiring is back on the upswing
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