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Freeman Law Offices, LLC welcomes a New Associate to the Firm

Attorney Kristin Bricketto has consistently demonstrated a strong commitment to representing individuals with special needs. Prior to joining Freeman Law Offices, Bricketto worked as a staff attorney at the Community Health Law Project where she advocated for individuals with developmental disabilities and mental illnesses in matters involving gaining access to Special Education, Social Security benefits, public benefits, and family law disputes as well.

Throughout law school, Attorney Bricketto had the opportunity to combine her experiences in psychology with her legal knowledge to assist children with special needs gain access to a better education. This was a challenging mission, but to her, it was also truly rewarding.

Bricketto earned her Juris Doctorate from Rutgers School of Law – Camden in 2003 and then served as a Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Linda R. Feinberg, A.J.S.C. (Retired) in Mercer County. She was admitted to the New Jersey State Bar and United States District Court for the District of New Jersey in 2004. Along with her legal experience, she also received her Master’s Degree in Developmental Psychology from Columbia University in New York. She graduated from Rutgers College with a B.A. in Psychology in 1997 with High Honors and Developmental Honors.

Bricketto is a driven, knowledgeable attorney with an extensive legal background. Her experience and qualifications will most certainly make her an asset to the firm.

With offices in Princeton, Freehold and Haddonfield, New Jersey, the attorneys at Freeman Law Offices are able to offer compassionate and dedicated legal counsel to individuals with special needs and families in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania. They handle a wide range of issues affecting individuals with special needs including advocating for Special Education and Related Services, Higher Education, Adult Services, Guardianship, Wills, and Special Needs Trusts.

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Contact the Freeman Law Offices, LLC today to learn more about how you can help your loved one with special needs gain access to the supports and services that lead to success.

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