Law Journal Honors Under-40 Bar Leaders

The New Jersey Law Journal feted its “New Leaders of the Bar” at a cocktail reception on Oct. 4 at Brooklake Country Club in Florham Park. Of the 50 individuals under age 40 whom the Law Journal profiled in its Aug. 20 issue, 30 awardees and more than 100 guests attended. Awardees, from left: front row: Jeanne LoCicero, Robert Hornby, Frank Velocci, Candida Griffin, Joshua Silverstein, Jennifer Mazawey, Sarah Klosek, Denise Walsh, Stephanie Feingold, Nicholas Bliablias, Lauren Fraser, Jennifer Ward, Korin Neff and Khaled John Klele. Back row: Asaad Siddiqi, Anthony Rainone, Jonathan Fallon, Naim Bulbulia, Kenneth Soriero, Brian Osias, Prashanth Jayachandran, Michael Rato, Susan Swatski, Jason Meisner, Kate Kalmykov. Joseph Lucosky Jr., Anna Maria Tejada, John Hogan, Patricia Lee and Owen McCarthy.


Reis Is Elected President Of NELA-NJ

Claudia Reis

Claudia Reis, a partner with Green, Savits & Lenzo in Morristown, was elected president of National Employment Lawyers Association-New Jersey in July. In that capacity, she testified on Sept. 20 before the New Jersey Senate Labor Committee in favor of a bill prohibiting employers from demanding access to employees’ Facebook pages.

Camden Bar Committee Raises $21,000

Shown, from left: front row: Larc School Trustee and Camden County Surrogate Patricia Egan Jones, Rachael Licausi, planning committee member; Larc School Executive Director Susan Weiner Madden and Larc School Trustee Jim Rhodes; back row: Adam Gersh, planning committee member; Young Lawyer Committee Chairman Mike Dennin, and Mike Madden, planning committee member.

The Camden County Bar Association’s Young Lawyer Committee raised $21,000 at its lobster bake on Sept. 8 at the TapRoom Bar & Grill in Haddonfield. Proceeds support the Bar Foundation’s scholarship program for the Larc School in Bellmawr, which serves students with disabilities.