Judge Strelecki Remembered

New Jersey Law Journal


The life of June Strelecki, who died last week at the age of 84, was a history of achievement.

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  • Peter C. Paras

    I first met June Strelicki as a brand new lawyer in the late 70s. Once I got past her brash, almost shrill at times, voice, I realized that she was a warm caring person. She was patient with new lawyers and treated us on equal footing with the most seasoned practitioners. Going to Essex County in those days was intimidating for a young lawyer, but Judge Strelicki made the experience one to look forward to. I always learned something from her - whether it was in the courtroom or in chambers. These are qualities to emulate. She was unique and will be missed.

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