Capehart Attorneys Participate In Q&A Session With Burlington County Judicial Law Clerks

On March 9, 2022, Capehart Scatchard attorneys, Stacey R. Gorin, Esq.  and Sanmathi (Sanu) Dev, Esq., participated remotely in the second annual Q&A panel with judicial law clerks from the Burlington County Superior Court.  The Q&A, sponsored by the Burlington County Bar Association (BCBA), was designed to give the law clerks an opportunity to speak with lawyers in various types of legal positions about their career paths and legal practice areas.  Members of the BCBA’s Young Lawyers Committee were recognized by the American Bar Association as Stars of the Spring Quarter in 2021 for creating the first Q&A panel event held last year.

Ms. Gorin, who is a BCBA Trustee and Co-Chair of the Young Lawyers Committee of the BCBA, served as moderator for the Q&A.  Ms. Dev, the firm’s Hiring Shareholder and Co-Chair of the BCBA’s Diversity Inclusion and Leadership Committee, answered questions regarding her work as an education attorney and offered resume and interview advice from her standpoint as an employer in the hiring process.

Ms. Gorin, an associate in the Commercial Litigation Department, earned her J.D. from Rutgers Law School in Camden, a M.A. in Professional and Business Communication from La Salle University, and a B.S. degree in Business Administration from Saint Joseph’s University.  Upon law school graduation, she worked as a law clerk to the Honorable Richard J. Nocella, P.J.F.P. in Burlington County.  She is admitted to practice law in New Jersey.

Ms. Dev concentrates her practice on school law and labor and employment law.  She is experienced in representing, advising, and defending boards of education and charter schools in all areas of school law including: labor and employment, special education, Section 504, student discipline and civil rights.  Ms. Dev is the Chair of the Firm’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee, which seeks to facilitate the Firm’s efforts to achieve and maintain a diverse and inclusive workplace at every level of our organization.   Upon graduation from Rutgers Law School, she worked as a law clerk to the Honorable Ronald E. Bookbinder, A.J.S.C. (ret.) in Burlington County.

PHOTO: Stacey R. Gorin (Top Left) and Sanmathi (Sanu) Dev (Second from left)

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