I find that what makes a good attorney great is being able to meet all of their client’s needs. Where most attorney’s specialize, I’ve instead diversified. I’ve known since the age of 16 that I wanted to be an attorney. I graduated Marist College in 2013 with a paralegal certification. I went on to graduate from Rutgers Law in 2017. Throughout my legal career I have prided myself on obtaining a wide breadth of experience. I’ve worked for city government, participated in criminal proceedings from defense and prosecutorial standpoints, litigated civil rights issues from work-place harassment to sexual assault, handled bankruptcies, divorces, and probate matters. Where you come to me with a problem, I want to be able to provide a solution, because that is what makes a good attorney great.