Deborah Ann Wean

DW

Biography

Phi Kappa Phi. Author: "Real Protection for African Women? The African Charter on Human and Peoples Rights," Vol. 2, No. 2, Emory Journal of International Dispute Resolution, Spring, 1988. Executive Editor, Emory Journal of International Dispute Resolution, 1987-1988. Law Secretary to the Honorable Robert E. Tarleton, Superior Court of New Jersey, Presiding Judge, Chancery Division, Hudson County, 1988-1989. Managing Attorney, New Jersey Protection and Advocacy, 1996-1998.

Responsibilities

  • Corporate
  • Regulatory
  • Employment

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
609-883-1300  Phone
609-883-0653  Fax
University Attended:
Georgetown University, A.B., with honors, 1982; University of Texas, M.A., 1984
Law School Attended:
Emory University School of Law, J.D., 1988
Year of First Admission:
1988
Admission:
1988, New Jersey; 1988, U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey; 1989, New York
Memberships:
American Bar Association.
Birth Information:
Westwood, New Jersey, May 5, 1960
ISLN:
902918311

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