Jennifer Emmons joined the firm in 2005 and became a partner in 2015. Ms. Emmons concentrates her practice on complex civil litigation involving claims for medical negligence, nursing home negligence, toxic tort and burn injury cases. Ms. Emmons has served as trial counsel in many jury, non-jury and arbitration cases in courts in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. She has devoted most of her professional practice to representing injured parties in these personal injury matters.
Ms. Emmons is licensed and admitted to practice in the State of New Jersey, U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey. Ms.Emmons has argued many complex and dispositive issues before state courts in New Jersey, the U.S. District Court for N.J and Pennsylvania courts.
Prior to her partnership at the firm, Ms. Emmons clerked for the Honorable Bradley Ferencz, former Presiding Judge for the Criminal Division of the New Jersey Superior Court, Middlesex County. During her clerkship, Ms. Emmons assisted Judge Ferencz with cases involving child custody, divorce, domestic violence and issues involving child support and child safety. Ms. Emmons worked probono for the Camden County Domestic Violence Unit, helping victims of domestic abuse with legal matters. Following the clerkship, Ms. Emmons was a junior partner at Lenox, Socey, Wilgus,Formidoni, Brown, Giordano & Casey in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, where she focused on medical malpractice, automobile negligence, employment discrimination and defamation defense, as well as child custody and matrimonial litigation.
Ms. Emmons graduated from Trenton State College (College of NJ) and graduated summa cum laude Rutgers School of Law. During her time at Rutgers Law, Ms. Emmons interned for Judge AngeloDiCamillo, Family Court Judge, Camden County. Ms. Emmons also volunteered her time at the Camden County Domestic Violence Unit.
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