Capehart Scatchard Hosts First Year Law Students

PHOTO L to R: Dylan Brown; Rhasheda Douglas, Assistant Dean Rutgers Law School; Sandra Khalil; Erika Vasant; Jonathan Dodo; Lauren Ramos; Kate Isidro; Victoria Adeleke; Jasmyn Montgomery; Bruce Fluellen; Alexis McDonough; Angela Reading; Sanu Dev; Maura Burk; Stacey Gorin; Becky Batista

Capehart Scatchard hosted a panel discussion and luncheon on June 28, 2022 at its Mount Laurel office for first year law students from Rutgers Law School in Camden.  The students are part of the Rutgers Minority Student Program (MSP).  MSP serves Rutgers Law School students who are members of groups that are underrepresented in the legal profession.

Capehart Scatchard attorneys, Maura Burk, Sanmathi (Sanu) Dev, Stacey Gorin, Mary Ellen Rose, and Lauren Tedesco, and summer law clerks, Becky Batista, Angela Reading, and Erika Vasant served as panelists participating in a discussion on law careers in private practice.  The panelists shared insights about law school, judicial clerkships, and legal practice areas.  The event was hosted by Capehart Scatchard’s Diversity & Inclusion committee, which Ms. Dev leads.


Stacey Gorin Selected as the 2020 Recipient of the Robert W. Criscuolo Award

Capehart Scatchard is pleased to announce that Commercial Litigation Department Associate, Stacey R. Gorin, Esq., has been awarded the prestigious Robert W. Criscuolo Award, presented annually by the Burlington County Bar Association (“BCBA”).

To be eligible for the award, candidates must be a member in good standing of the BCBA, under the age of 36 at the time of presentation of the award or involved in the practice of law for five years or less, and demonstrate significant involvement and contributions to the BCBA, community service, and other civic duties.

Ms. Gorin is currently the Young Lawyer Trustee to the BCBA.  While the COVID-19 pandemic has understandably brought new challenges to the BCBA, Stacey’s “outside of the box” thinking has propelled the Young Lawyer’s Division forward. Stacey, along with the other young attorneys of the committee, have planned modified remote and in-person events during this challenging time. Stacey is grateful to be recognized for this award and humbled to join the distinguished group of past recipients.

Ms. Gorin 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.