Law Journal Announces 2016 Top Women in Law

, New Jersey Law Journal

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We are pleased to name the following attorneys as the Law Journal's 2016 Top Women in Law.

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  • Monica C. Kowalski, Esq.

    Congratulations to ALL the women on this list, and particularly to one of my best friends of 25 years, Sandra Lascari, Esq. Truly Deserving! As one of those who works with pride in this profession, I can only wonder why as women of New Jersey, we have to travel to New York for the recognition ceremony? Did NJ run out of banquet halls? If you want the skyline, go to Jersey City or Hoboken...my humble thoughts....

  • KL

    I am sure theses women are all outstanding practicioners, however, I do not see any female assistant prosecutors or public defenders included. We have some very talented women who have dedicated their lives to public service. It‘s a shame you missed them . . . .

  • Alfred A. Porro, Jr

    The sad part of "YOUR SELECTION‘ is that it is obviously slanted by your own interest and bias. It FAILS to mention - by implication it voids - the great many women - who day to day carry the load. God Bless, Al

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