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  • 14 Jun 2021 10:31 PM | Yessica Pinales

    Hill Wallack LLP is looking for a New Jersey licensed attorney with at least 2 years’ experience in insurance defense and/or insurance coverage. Attorney will be responsible to defend lawsuits asserting claims based upon negligence, product liability, governmental liability, professional liability, and employment practices liability.  Attorney will also work with partners regarding first and third party insurance litigation.  Candidate must have an ability to work independently and effectively with colleagues and clients in a remote setting. Candidate must be proficient in technology, legal research and other computer/web based data sources. Writing sample and references are required. Clerkship following law school is preferred. Hill Wallack is an Equal Opportunity Employer and  diverse candidates are encouraged to apply. Compensation commensurate with experience.

    Please submit resume and salary requirements to:

    Michael Kahme, Esq.

    Managing Partner

    Hill Wallack LLP

    P. O. Box 5226

    Princeton, New Jersey 08543-5226


  • 13 Jun 2021 12:49 PM | Jonathan Amira

     Job Description:

    The Law Department is seeking candidates to work in the Contracts and Legislation Section to provide general legal counsel to municipal departments and offices. As well as the Municipal Prosecutor's Office and the Civil Litigation Section.

    Practice Description:

    Contracts and Legislation

    The ideal candidate should have experience drafting and reviewing legislation, contracts, RFQs and RFPs, resolutions, ordinances, executive orders, and bid specifications; and researching various legal issues with a concentration on government procurement matters. The position will require that the attorney draft legal opinions on various issues, including novel public policy matters, and recommend an appropriate course of action. The attorney will also assist with the defense of civil litigation matters, especially contract disputes. The successful candidate should have a proven ability to perform legal research, provide and counsel on the following practice areas, including but not limited to the Local Public Contracts Law, Redevelopment and Housing, Local Lands and Buildings, Long Term Tax Exemption, Local Fiscal Affairs and Budget, the Open Public Records Act and the Open Public Meetings Act. The individual should have the ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment with limited resources.

    Municipal Prosecutor's Office

    The potential candidate will be prosecuting criminal, quasi-criminal, disorderly persons offenses, motor vehicle offenses and any other matters in which the Newark Municipal Court has jurisdiction. The candidate will review cases involving violations of City Code and State Statutes, perform legal research to support the State/City position in hearings and trials, prepare and respond to motions, and conduct discovery.

    Civil Litigation Section

    The potential candidate will be handling tort claims, including but not limited to, dangerous condition cases, slip and falls, property damage, motor vehicle accidents, employment discrimination, and breach of contract matters. The potential candidate will also be handling civil rights matters such as false arrest/imprisonment, improper use of force, and improper police pursuits.


    For all three - A Juris Doctor Degree from an American Bar Association (ABA) accredited law school and admission to practice law in the State of New Jersey is required. Newark residents are strongly encouraged to apply. For Municipal Prosecutor's Office, preference of at least one year of related prosecution experience, and license must be in good standing. For Civil Litigation Section, The preferred candidate will have prior trial court experience.


    All interested candidates should submit their resume and cover letter via email to:




    Via regular mail to the:

    City of Newark – Law Department

    920 Broad Street, Room 316

    Newark, New Jersey 07102

    Attn: Kenyatta K. Stewart, Corporation Counsel

    -- Please include in the subject line “Candidate for Employment”

  • 27 May 2021 12:26 PM | Nathania Reyes

    LSNWJ Staff Attorney

    Legal Services of Northwest Jersey, is a provider of free comprehensive civil legal assistance for people residing in northwestern NJ who are experiencing poverty or in crisis.  This is an opportunity to work in a community of highly experienced and dedicated legal services attorneys and staff committed to access and equal justice for all.   LSNWJ was formed in 2002 from the merger of four legal services organizations in Hunterdon, Morris, Somerset, Sussex and Warren counties, and provides services in family, housing, consumer, public entitlements, health care access, expungements, and driver’s license restoration.  

    LSNWJ has an opening for a housing staff attorney. The interested candidate should also be prepared to practice in one or more of the many diverse areas of law that are offered by LSNWJ.


    Duties & Responsibilities:

    ·         Provides civil legal service to clients and client groups including advice, negotiation, litigation, administrative advocacy and appellate work, pursuant to program priorities and polices.

    ·         Interviews clients and ascertain substantive elements of the client’s problem. Handles communications with clients during the course of representation.

    ·         Conducts factual investigations; researches law; prepares legal pleadings and other documents; conducts negotiations.

    ·         Provides representation to clients at court and administrative hearings.

    ·         Reviews and supervises the work product of support staff members, law graduates, and legal interns relating to all clients being advised or represented by him/her.

    ·         Develops specialized knowledge in substantive areas of poverty law; acts as a resource for other staff.

    ·         Provides training to other legal advocates; prepares materials relating to these presentations.

    ·         Participates in committees, task forces, and working groups.

    ·         Speaks to community groups, schools and others about legal rights and LSNWJ services; prepares materials relating to these presentations.

    ·         Works with members of the private bar as may be necessary or desirable in connection with LSNWJ’s Volunteer Lawyer Program.

    ·         Maintains time records on a timely basis.

    ·         Prepares and submits administrative (e.g., travel) reports as required.

    ·         Performs such other duties as may reasonably be requested.


    ·         Knowledge of, and experience in, landlord/tenant law preferred.

    ·         Proficiency with Spanish strongly preferred.

    ·         Good capabilities with technology, including word processing, case database, calendaring and scheduling software, e-mail, Internet and legal software.

    ·         Ability to maintain a good working relationship with all members of the office staff and work in a team environment.

    ·         Good analytical, oral communication and writing skills.

    ·         Working knowledge of and strict adherence to regulations, ethics, policies and procedures that apply to legal services programs.

    ·         Thorough knowledge and understanding of and strict adherence to the Rules of Professional Conduct.


    ·         J.D. from accredited law school.

    ·         Licensed attorney of the State of New Jersey or licensed in another state and committed to seeking NJ Bar admission.

    ·         Demonstrated commitment to public interest law.

    Professional Expectations:

    ·         Continued commitment to public interest and legal services for low-income people.

    ·         Continued professional growth.

    ·         This is a full-time grant funded position.  Time may vary from week to week depending on many factors, and includes all time on professional activities, training, outreach, committee work and administrative duties.

    This position is currently onsite at either our Somerville or Morristown locations.

    The LSNWJ team is passionate about our work and creates a supportive, teamwork environment, with work-life balance. LSNWJ provides trainings that offer CLE credit and comprehensive benefits package. If you share our passion for equal justice, please email resume, references, 1 writing sample, and cover letter to: syoo@lsnj.org.  Please detail in your cover letter how you believe you meet the needs of the position of a Staff Attorney at LSNWJ. LSNWJ is an equal opportunity employer; applicants from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. We invite candidates to include, as well, a statement of how your background and experiences might contribute to the diversity and cultural vitality of LSNWJ. 

    Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. In order to receive full consideration, candidates are urged to submit their materials by June 14, 2021.

  • 27 May 2021 12:18 PM | Nathania Reyes

    General Counsel, International

    Princeton Legal Search Group has been retained on an exclusive basis by Integra LifeSciences to lead the search for an experienced lawyer for the position General Counsel, International. Integra, a publicly traded company with headquarters in Princeton, New Jersey is a world leader in medical technology and neurosurgery. This position can be based in the United States or in Europe. In this role, you will report to the Executive Vice President & Chief Legal Officer and be responsible for managing legal affairs related to Integra’s International division. As a key member of the legal leadership team and the company’s senior management team, this highly visible individual will provide effective advice and strategic support to Integra leadership on a variety of matters relating to the company’s rapidly-growing business outside the United States. The General Counsel, International will be directly involved in complex business transactions, the negotiation of key contracts, entity formation and product registrations, corporate governance and privacy, risk management, and compliance, among other areas. This role will require an inclusive leadership style and a passion for coaching and developing diverse talent. The General Counsel, International should possess exceptional communication skills, be comfortable making decisions with imperfect information, and embrace working with and coordinating cross-functional teams.


    Core responsibilities include:

    • Implementing the overall philosophy and strategy of the organization regarding all international legal operations, matters, and decisions, and ensuring our practices, policies, business activities and decisions are compliant and consistent with Integra’s values and culture;
    • Serving as a member of, and collaborating effectively with, the International leadership team, providing strategic advice on a variety of high-level, critical and time-sensitive issues relating to the company’s international business;
    • Managing, developing and motivating a team of attorneys and other professionals working in multiple regions across the globe;
    • Participating in the development and execution of international expansion strategies, including the establishment of businesses in new markets and the refinement of business models in existing markets;
    • Supporting RFP and tender submissions and negotiating agreements with distributors and suppliers in multiple jurisdictions and under a variety of complex legal and regulatory schemes;
    • Collaborating with the compliance team to ensure Integra’s business, and its business partners outside the United States, operate with transparency, in conformity with applicable law, and according to the highest ethical standards;
    • Managing international subsidiaries and other entities, including intercompany agreements and intercompany loans ;
    • Providing product counseling and guidance on commercial and regulatory affairs initiatives to ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations;
    • Supporting Business Development with respect to international activities, conducting or providing support on due diligence, drafting and reviewing term sheets and definitive agreements, and participating in post-closing integration activities;
    • Managing the selection, work direction and expenditures of outside counsel as well as the Company’s international legal budget.

    Additional responsibilities and expectations in this role include:

    • Providing support for employment matters in foreign jurisdictions;
    • Conducting legal and other factual research as needed;
    • Developing an understanding of and familiarity with the company’s business, people, products, technology, markets, facilities, customers and competitors in order to assist the company in meeting overall strategic objectives;
    • Handling a high volume of legal work and responding to client demands efficiently and practically;
    • Engaging as a valued business partner within the law department and to other internal clients;
    • Performing other duties and special projects in the Law Department as assigned.


    Requirements include:

    • Bachelor’s degree and J.D. from accredited institutions;
    • 15 to 20 years of experience in a combination of private practice and corporate legal department, with substantial experience supporting international business activities. Pharmaceutical or medical device industry experience strongly preferred;
    • Comfort navigating different international legal and regulatory schemes;
    • Understanding of local laws relating to distributors, sales agents and other commercial partners;
    • Familiarity with RFP and tender processes;
    • Experience with acquisitions and divestitures, including the negotiation of related agreements and management of integration activities;
    • Initiative and ability to manage multiple fast-paced projects at the same time from start to completion;
    • Flexibility and willingness to work on a variety of different legal disciplines;
    • Significant organizational, time management and follow-up skills and personal discipline necessary to maintain current accounting of all active matters and proactively and routinely update relevant stakeholders on matter status;
    • Strong attention to detail;
    • High energy and a positive attitude;
    • Sound judgment combined with comfort and willingness to make decisions;
    • Ability to travel as needed to support matters and manage the team (estimated to be less than 20% of the time);
    • Willingness to embrace change necessary to drive or support continuous improvements within the law department and for other internal clients;
    • Capability to represent the company in a professional manner and uphold the highest standards of ethical business practices and socially responsible conduct in all interactions with other colleagues, customers, suppliers, and other business associates of Integra LifeSciences.

    Salary commensurate with experience. Bonus and equity eligible position.

    Candidates are invited to apply directly via: https://www.princetonlegal.com/position/general-counsel-international/

  • 23 May 2021 3:12 PM | Jonathan Amira

    Job Description:

    The Firm seeks an experienced associate (3-5 years’ experience) to serve our rapidly growing base of clients in the chemical and pharmaceutical arts, and in particular for patent preparation and prosecution.

    Practice Description:

    Work directly with clients in other aspects of our patent practice, including clearance investigations and opinions, client counseling, management and strategic planning.


    Strong background in organic chemistry and demonstrated skills in patent preparation and prosecution is essential. The candidate must possess superior credentials and must be admitted to practice before the U.S.P.T.O. Our firm offers competitive salaries as well as entrepreneurial incentives to encourage our attorneys to participate in client development.

    Please contact Marianne Kinsella, mkinsella@lernerdavid.com. Visit: https://www.lernerdavid.com/careers, for more information

    Lerner David is an equal opportunity employer, M/F. We believe in and encourage minorities, women and veterans meeting the required qualifications to apply.

  • 11 May 2021 8:45 AM | Nathania Reyes

    Position Summary:

    Reporting to the Chief Legal Officer & Corporate Secretary, the VP, Compliance & Ethics – Chief Compliance Officer will be responsible for providing strategic direction for compliance & ethics at BioXcel Therapeutics and for implementing and operationalizing the company’s compliance & ethics program (“Compliance Program”). This position will support the company’s business goals and objectives while building and maintaining a strong culture of compliance throughout the organization by, among other things, implementing effective and business-savvy policies, procedures and training; ensuring open and effective lines of communication at all levels of the organization; supporting investigations, risk assessments, audit and monitoring activities; and leading enterprise-wide compliance initiatives.


    • Bachelor's degree is required; a JD or other advanced degree or course of study (i.e., MBA, CPA) is desirable
    • 10+ years of relevant experience in the pharmaceutical or biotechnology industry, including broad experience
    • planning, developing, implementing, monitoring, and managing compliance programs in entrepreneurial or high
    • growth organizations.
    • Strong working knowledge of and high-level of familiarity with the full spectrum of compliance risk areas and US
    • laws, regulations, and industry guidance that affect the pharmaceutical industry.
    • Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional (CCEP), Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) and/or
    • Certified in Healthcare Compliance (CHC) strongly preferred.

    For more information and to apply to this position, please visit: 

    BioXcel Therapeutics, Inc. - VP, Compliance & Ethics (lever.co)

  • 29 Apr 2021 10:03 AM | Jonathan Amira

    Job Description:

    The Monmouth Vicinage is seeking law school graduates with strong oral and written communication and analytical skills for immediate appointment as Landlord Tenant Legal Specialist. The selected candidate(s) will perform specialized legal work and analysis in the Landlord Tenant section of the Special Civil Part under the direction of the Civil Division Manager and/or designee. The individual will work in support of judges assigned Landlord Tenant cases, and be responsible to review pleadings and other documents for legal sufficiency and accuracy; conduct case management conferences and settlement conferences; analyze case-related information and prepare recommendations for a judge’s review. The successful candidate must be well organized, self-directed, results oriented and able to work under deadlines. The selected candidates will be expected to establish and maintain effective working relationships with multiple judges, chambers staff, other Judiciary employees, attorneys, self-represented litigants and the public.

    *Term of appointment is for one year and may be extended to a second year.

    **This position may be required to remotely assist other vicinages based on case volume.

    Note: This position may qualify for remote work outside of Judiciary buildings. To participate in this program, you will be required to have high speed home internet access.

    Practice Description:

    Prepare recommendations with clear legal basis for Judges in matters under the jurisdiction of the Landlord Tenant Section of the Law Division, Special Civil Part

    Analyze pleadings, records, or other papers filed in pending landlord tenant matters to determine their merit

    Analyze cases in accordance with existing federal and state laws, federal regulations and case law

    Recommend appropriate action by the court

    Conduct case management conferences and gather relevant information from the parties to a case

    Settle/Mediate landlord tenant matters

    Write case notes or draft case related correspondence

    Advise judges and management on legal or case issues

    Apply statutes, directives, court rules, case law, policies, or other regulatory standards to landlord tenant cases

    Prepare settlement agreements in accord with court rules, case law, policies and statutes


    Landlord Tenant Legal Specialists must have graduated from an American Bar Association-approved law school by the time of their appointment.

    Prior Superior Court clerkship experience strongly preferred.

    Selected candidates will be required to provide an official, final law school transcript, not a photocopy, which includes the date of graduation from their law school at the time of hire. Excellent writing and analytical skills are essential.

    Mediation Training: It is helpful to have completed a course in mediation prior to appointment. Under Court Rule 1:40-12, law clerks who will serve as third party neutral settlors must first complete the Judiciary sponsored 6-hour complementary dispute resolution (CDR) settlement techniques training or the equivalent. Â Applicants selected for appointment can request a waiver from attending the Judiciary's training program upon appointment by providing documentation that confirms that they successfully completed an approved alternative dispute resolution course.

    Prior fulfillment of the Judiciary 6-hour CDR settlement techniques training strongly preferred.

    Additional Information:



    Various Counties, NJ US

    Position #2021-03839



    Note: Law Clerks may hold outside employment with prior approval as provided in the Code of Conduct for Judiciary Employees. The Code is available online at http://www.judiciary.state.nj.us/rules/appemploy.htm.

    Driver's License: Appointee will be required to possess a driver's license valid in New Jersey only if the operation of a vehicle is necessary to perform essential duties of the position.

    Authorization to Work: US citizenship is not required. Selected candidate must be authorized to work in the US according to Department of Homeland Security, US Citizenship and Immigration Services regulations.

    Special Note: Individuals appointed must agree to a thorough background check, which will include fingerprinting. All data received will be kept in the strictest confidence except to inform the individual of the findings and what action will be taken as a result of this information.

    Residency Law: Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 52:14-7 (L. 2011, Chapter 70), also known as the "New Jersey First Act," all persons newly hired by the Judiciary must establish, and then maintain, principal residence in the State of New Jersey. Law clerks are not subject to the residency law during their 52 week term. Additionally, law clerks who serve a second clerkship are exempt from the residency requirement. Clerks who anticipate moving into another state position immediately following their clerkship(s) must be mindful that, upon conclusion of their clerkship term, they will need to be New Jersey residents.

    The NJ Judiciary requires all applicants to complete the application process fully and as instructed. All applicants must complete the work experience and education sections and attach any required documents. Applications must describe all relevant work experience in detail, beginning with your current or most recent job, including military service (indicate rank), internships and job-related volunteer work, if applicable. Use a separate section to describe each position. Applicants who indicate "see resume" or enter their initials to acknowledge that they have skipped the Work History and Education sections will not be considered, unless they do not possess any education history or work experience. Only applicants that follow the application instructions and submit completed applications will be considered.

    The New Jersey Judiciary consists of: the Supreme Court, the Superior Court including the Appellate Division and the Trial Court of the 15 vicinages in New Jersey, the Tax Court and the Municipal Court System. The Administrative Office of the Courts provides technical assistance, operational support, training, research and development, budget and personnel coordination, and development and operation of information systems for the Courts of New Jersey.

    The Judiciary of New Jersey is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action

    Employer Committed to Ensuring an Open Door to Justice

  • 29 Apr 2021 9:52 AM | Nathania Reyes

    Job Description:

    Parker Ibrahim & Berg LLP (“PIB”) seeks to hire an experienced mid-level or senior attorney with broad litigation experience including exceptional drafting skills and courtroom experience to join our Trial and Class Action practice group in the Somerset, New Jersey office and working remotely.  PIB is a full-service national law firm that represents an array of corporate clients, ranging from Fortune 500 companies, national banks, insurance, financial services and technology companies.  We have offices in New Jersey, New York, Boston, Philadelphia and Orange County.

    Practice Description:

    The Trial and Class Action practice is comprised of outstanding lawyers with backgrounds in private practice, government and in-house who engage in the full panoply of the litigation practice including: motion practice, court appearances, negotiations, alternative dispute resolution, discovery, depositions, oral arguments, trials and appeals.  The position is initially with our Consumer Financial Services and Commercial Litigation groups in which we focus on banking, consumer finance litigation and the representation of mortgage service provider matters, including contested foreclosures.  Our lawyers manage a high-volume of diverse cases with varying complexity and engage in every aspect of a matter from inception through resolution.  At PIB, motivated and capable attorneys are afforded opportunities to develop their skills through hands-on experience, increasingly challenging work and open access to mentoring partners.  PIB lawyers represent our clients’ interests in court regularly, and we distinguish ourselves in the courtroom with our clients and our opposing counsel through unrivaled preparation, professionalism and effectiveness.  At PIB, we offer a unique opportunity to learn the business of law from the many former in-house lawyers who understand what it means to be a valued and trusted extension of our clients’ legal departments.  To learn more:


    Candidates applying for this attorney position with PIB should have 3 or more years of comparable law firm or financial industry in-house experience.  Considering the current COVID-19 environment, candidates must be highly conscientious and motivated, fully willing and capable of being onboarded, trained, coached, mentored and collaborative in a fully remote environment using technology such as Skype, Zoom and MS Teams.  The right candidate must be able to demonstrate a history of excellent drafting skills, exceptional client relations and successful in-court-advocacy.  The right candidate must demonstrate a high degree of initiative, independence and motivation, capable of developing and following through on strategies to successfully resolve diverse and complex matters.  New Jersey & New York bar admission is required. 


    It is PIB’s policy to provide equal employment opportunity to all its employees and applicants for employment regardless of their race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, genetic information, atypical hereditary cellular or blood trait, marital status, civil union status, domestic partnership status, military service, veteran status, or any other category protected by law.

    Anyone interested can submit their resume to: melinda.cox@piblaw.com and/or careers@piblaw.com.

  • 28 Apr 2021 10:13 AM | Nathania Reyes

    Job Description

    Litchfield Cavo LLP is a litigation defense law firm founded in 1998 on one principle — client service comes first. Our attorneys operate out of 22 offices, serving clients in 36 states nationwide. Collectively we are a nationwide resource of diligent individuals providing responsive service.

    Litchfield Cavo is seeking candidates interested in growing their career. Litchfield Cavo offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits package in a dynamic working environment.


    Litigation Associate Attorney

    Our Cherry Hill, NJ location has an immediate need for a mid-level associate for our commercial defense practice.  Ideal applicants will have experience in one or more of the following areas: employment, professional malpractice, complex commercial matters, auto (including trucking) and general liability. While working at the firm, you will represent clients in all phases of litigation. Prior relevant experience is required. Our firm is a collegial team of professionals, focused on excellence and continued growth.

    We provide opportunities for career advancement. As a quickly growing firm, we look for enthusiastic attorneys who are open to learning and able to work both independently and as part of a supportive team.


    · Appear for court hearings

    · Attend depositions of parties, witnesses and experts

    · Prepare and draft pleadings, briefs and case assessments

    · Research applicable areas of law

    · Trial experience a plus


    · Candidate must be licensed in New Jersey (Pa license is a plus)

    · Strong analytical and problem solving skills

    · Excellent writing, researching, negotiating and oral communication skills

    The Firm offers competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and an outstanding work environment. All inquiries will be handled confidentially. Interested candidates should send their cover letter, resume, and writing sample for consideration to njcareers@litchfieldcavo.com  Resumes should contain salary requirements.

    Resumes from recruiters will not be considered.

    Litchfield Cavo LLP is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V. Our Firm supports and encourages workforce diversity. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, age, national origin, sexual orientation, disability or any other status protected by law in any of our recruitment, hiring or placement processes.

    Job Type: Full-time

  • 28 Apr 2021 10:10 AM | Nathania Reyes

    Seton Hall Law School seeks to hire an Adjunct Professor of Legal Practice to teach a section in our innovative Introduction to Lawyering course.  The Introduction to Lawyering course is a full-year six credit course. The course covers legal writing, legal research, client interviewing, client counseling, negotiation, oral argument, and professionalism. The course is taught by doctrinal and legal practice professors in a coordinated and collaborative manner. The faculty member will be responsible for the following:

    *             Teaching Introduction to Lawyering classes, either through in-person or remote class sessions. 

    *             Teaching twice a week during weeks when classes are scheduled for the day program, or if teaching in the weekend program, during each weekend session when classes are scheduled.

    *             Meeting with students in individual and joint conferences to discuss writing assignments and interactive skills exercises.

    *             Providing students with detailed written feedback on writing assignments and interactive skills exercises.

    *             Attending Introduction to Lawyering faculty meetings to prepare for upcoming classes and activities.

    *             Teaching several sessions at the Introduction to Lawyering Day at law school orientation.

    *             Meeting with students outside of class time and conferences as needed to discuss assignments and other law school topics.

    *             Working with the Director and other Lawyering faculty to create and revise the class exercises.

    *             Other assignments consistent with the needs of the program.

    Most weeks the person in this position will be expected to come to the law school at least two days a week to teach classes, meet with students and faculty and fulfill other responsibilities, and will require several additional work hours from home.  However, some weeks will require a more substantial time commitment.

    Qualifications: Seton Hall seeks individuals with stellar legal writing, interpersonal, and practice skills. Candidates must have 3-5 years of practice experience and excellent academic records. Teaching experience is preferred.  Experience in higher education is a plus.

    Salary is $15,000 per semester.   

    Forward resume, references and writing sample to melanie.perezvellios@shu.edu 

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