Romie Michel is an Associate in the firm's Complex Commercial Litigation, Employment Law & Litigation and Labor Law practices.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Michel served as an Assistant Prosecutor at Essex County Prosecutor’s Office, Juvenile Unit, where she appeared in court daily and managed a large volume of juvenile cases that she handled from start to finish.
Ms. Michel also served as a judicial law clerk for the Hon. Peter J. Tober P.J.C.r. in the Superior Court of New Jersey – Somerset/Hunterdon/Warren County Vicinage, Criminal Division, where she assisted in the management of the criminal docket which included performing relevant legal research, drafting official judicial decisions, sentencing memorandums, detention motion orders and all other orders on a regular basis.
Ms. Michel received her Juris Doctor from Seton Hall University School of Law. During her third year of law school, Ms. Michel was a member of Seton Hall Law’s Mock Trial Board and competed in the Constance Baker Motley Mock Trial Regional and National Competition. Additionally, Ms. Michel was selected to participate in the Inaugural McLaughlin Trial Advocacy Workshop, which is an intensive two-week experience geared toward sharpening trial advocacy skills in future litigators while learning all aspects of a trial from highly skilled attorney coaches. Further, Ms. Michel participated in the Criminal Justice Clinic where she appeared in Special Remand Court on behalf of Defendants, managed cases and ultimately received an award for Most Outstanding Performance in the Criminal Justice Clinic. Throughout law school, Ms. Michel was an RA at the Office of Admissions, Student Mentor, and a member of the Seton Hall Law Black Law Students Association.
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