We would like to extend our warmest congratulations to Rita M. Aquilio on her recent appointments to the NJSBA’s Family Law Executive Committee and the American Bar Association. It is with great pride that we acknowledge her exceptional achievements. Rita’s re-appointment to the NJSBA Family Law Executive Committee for the 2023-2024 year, as a member of General Legislation, demonstrates her extensive experience and steadfast passion in the field of family law. Her contributions and insights will undoubtedly shape important discussions and initiatives within the committee, benefiting countless individuals and families in New Jersey.
Furthermore, Rita’s appointment as Co-Chair of the American Bar Association Section of Litigation, Family Law Litigation Committee, for the 2023-2024 term is a remarkable accomplishment. This prestigious position acknowledges her outstanding leadership and profound understanding of family law litigation. As Co-Chair, she will have the opportunity to drive meaningful conversations, foster collaboration among legal professionals, and contribute to the advancement of best practices in family law litigation at a national level.
Additionally, Rita’s selection as a Member of the ABA Presidential Committee on Lawyer Referral and Information Services for the 2023-2024 year underscores her reputation as a trusted legal professional. This esteemed committee plays a crucial role in shaping policies and guidelines that ensure individuals have access to qualified legal representation. Rita’s expertise and commitment to justice will undoubtedly make a lasting impact on the development of effective lawyer referral and information services.
Congratulations once again to Rita M. Aquilio for these well-deserved appointments. Her accomplishments serve as an inspiration to all aspiring legal professionals and exemplify the highest standards of excellence in the legal field.
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