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Jeralyn Lawrence Speaker at Hudson County Bar Association

 

Jeralyn Lawrence was a speaker at the Hudson County Bar Association & Foundation Seminar, Grandparent Visitation & Intrafamily Adoptions: Is it time to change the law? on June 23rd.  The course was designed as a timely discussion with experienced judges and attorneys to help family law practitioners to represent their clients on either side of these difficult cases.

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