I was born in Brooklyn, New York and spend most of my life in New Jersey until I relocated to Georgia. After graduating from the College of New Jersey with a major in Criminal Justice and Psychology, I went to work for the Monmouth County (NJ) Prosecutor's Office. I began my career with that office as a legal assistant/investigator and then returned to work there as a law clerk after my first year of law school at Seton Hall University School of Law.
While a student at Seton Hall Law School, I was given the honor of interning as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Clarkson S. Fisher. At that time, Judge Fisher was the presiding judge of the U.S. District Court (3rd Circuit) in Trenton, New Jersey. While a law student, I also worked as a legal assistant for Saiber, Schlesinger, Satz & Goldstein which was a prominent law firm in Newark specializing in white collar crime, contracts, corporate litigation and defense and franchise law.
I graduated from Seton Hall Law School at the top of my class and went on to pass the New Jersey bar exam in 1987. Prior to graduation I had applied for and received several offers from superior court judges to be a judicial law clerk. I selected the most challenging offer and went to work for
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