What makes a Good Attorney?
I believe that being a good attorney begins with being a good person. There is a certain bedside manner and good-hearted approach to people that truly forms the foundation of good representation. At PSCLaw, I hope to provide clients an experience altogether different than anything they would have otherwise experienced. Living in Texas for the time I did showed me, as a Jersey City kid, a different side to the services industry. Growing up in such a fast-paced environment can create terse dispositions, and such attitudes grow bothersome and weary. I was excited to work and learn and grow in a place where people treated others as equals first, and sought to help alleviate the burdens from which they sought refuge.
I graduated from Stevens Institute of Technology in 2014 with a Philosophy and History undergraduate degree, with honors, and a masters degree in Technology, Policy, and Ethics. Aside from being a student, my activities included being a wrestler, a member of the Pre-Law Society, RedShift Creative Magazine, a CAL (College of Arts and Letters) Blogger, and a student-worker (from the Athletics Department to a research assistant). Upon graduation, I moved to San Antonio, Texas and began law school at St. Mary’s University.
While at St. Mary’s, I interned with a solo practicing criminal defense attorney and worked in the law library. The experiences as a legal intern helped prepare me for practice in more important ways than merely how to prepare and file legal instruments, as the attorney treated me as a friend, and acted as my mentor.
After graduating from law school, I prepared for and took the Uniform Bar Exam in February 2018 and moved back to New Jersey in August. Since I have returned, I have joined Patel, Soltis, and Cardenas, LLC. as a means of furthering my interests as an attorney in representing good people honestly.
Core Practice Areas:
Free Consultations available for:
- Criminal Defense