Being a Generalist

In over a dozen years of legal practice, I have developed expertise in family law, divorce, mediation, and employment law, to name a few. But the great advantage of being a per diem attorney is that I can be a true generalist. I may be working on a divorce case this week, determining tricky choice of law issues, but next week I may be opposing a summary judgment motion in a personal injury case, and the week after representing debtor in a bankruptcy meeting. I have worked on criminal matters, foreclosures, general equity, guardianships. I get to call on my law school course-work (I’m so glad I saved those texts) to bring a fresh perspective to the attorneys I serve. Although I practice in New Jersey, I bring in the perspective of what’s happening in other states.

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