An award-winning attorney, public official, and civic leader, Mr. Strobel earned his... more
An award-winning attorney, public official, and civic leader, Mr. Strobel earned his Juris Doctorate Degree from Rutgers University School of Law, Camden, New Jersey, after being awarded four academic scholarships and participating in the Stratton Advanced Moot Court Program. He earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree magna cum laude from Saint Joseph's University, Philadelphia, majoring in Internati... view profile
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