Jeralyn Lawrence to Speak on Seton Hall Law Family Law Career Panel

Jeralyn Lawrence, founder and Managing Partner of Lawrence Law, will participate in a panel discussion at Seton Hall Law’s “Careers in Family Law.” The program, open to all Seton Hall Law students, will take place on February 28, 2019 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm at Seton Hall Law.

The program is being hosted by The Family Law Society. Lawrence, a Seton Hall Law graduate, will join other practitioners from varying backgrounds who will speak about their experiences within the public and private sector. From matrimonial law and meditation to child protection and everything in between, this event is a great way to learn how to enter the field during law school and beyond.

A resident of Watchung, Lawrence devotes her practice to matrimonial, divorce and family law, and collaborative law. She is certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Matrimonial Law Attorney. She is a trained Family/Divorce Mediator, admitted to the rosters of Mediators for Economic Aspects of Family Law Cases and of Custody and Parenting Time Cases for Somerset County; is certified by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML), the preeminent family law association in America, as a Family Law Arbitrator; and is a graduate of the National Institute of Trial Advocacy. She has worked with clients in every area of matrimonial and family law, including divorce litigation and mediation, custody and parenting time, alimony and child support, separation and property settlement agreements, adoption and guardianship, domestic partnership matters under the Domestic Partnership Act, domestic violence and sexual abuse, and palimony. She has also handled high profile matters including celebrities and professional athletes. She takes immense pride and care in helping her clients through these difficult personal matters. Lawrence earned her bachelor’s degree from Kean College and her law degree from Seton Hall, where she graduated second in her class.

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