John is an associate in the Casualty Department. His practice is mainly dedicated to asbestos and toxic tort litigation. He also focuses on automobile liability and premises liability. John joined the firm in September 2018 after completing a clerkship for the Honorable Nan S. Famular, P.J. Ch., in the New Jersey Superior Court, Camden County Vicinage, Chancery and General Equity Division.
During his clerkship, John's work mainly involved matters concerning residential and commercial mortgage foreclosure litigation, contract litigation, corporate shareholder disputes, property disputes, probate litigation, and petitions for equitable relief. John was also trained as a Family Law Clerk and has experience in both matrimonial and child custody matters. It was during his time as a law clerk that John also became certified as a mediator by the New Jersey Superior Court, and gained experience resolving matters involving small claims disputes and landlord/tenant disputes.
John earned his juris doctor from Temple University Beasley School of Law, where he received the Beasley Scholarship and participated in Temple's renowned Trial Advocacy Program. During his second year, John received the Camden County Bar Association's Louis Portella Memorial Scholarship for his achievements both in the classroom and the community.
Prior to attending law school, John earned his Bachelor of Arts in Politics from Ursinus College, as well as a minor in Spanish. At Ursinus, he was captain of the football team and Vice President of the Haines-Bernard Pre Legal Society.
John is admitted to practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Associations & Memberships
• Camden County Bar Association - 2017- Present
• American Bar Association - 2015-Present
• New Jersey State Bar Association - 2017-Present
• Temple Law Alumni Association - 2017-Present
• Ursinus College Alumni Association - 2014-Present
Year Joined Organization: 2018
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