As a mediation lawyer, I am able to serve families for a reasonable fee. I am able to help them find closure in months rather than years, and I am able to reduce their stress by helping them to focus on building futures they want to live in rather than fighting over a past that is no more.
I attended Rutgers School of Law – Camden, graduating magna cum laude. While attending Rutgers, I earned a Marshall Brennan Fellowship, served as an Executive Editor of the Rutgers Journal of Law & Public Policy, and was a Student Coordinator for the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Pro Bono Project. In 2012, I won the Mary Philbrook Public Interest Student Award.
I have a BA from Smith College, and I graduated from Golden Gate School of Law in 2001. For most of my career, I have been a litigator. For the last twelve years, my work has been focused on family law. I was drawn to family law because of the personal interactions it allows me to have with my clients.