Adinolfi & Lieberman: Kelli Martone, Esq Speaks at Pennsauken High School

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Today’s Date:  February 15, 2013                          Release:  Upon Receipt

Contact:  Cheryl Betten, 856-428-8334 x 258        

HADDONFIELD, NJ –  Kelli M. Martone, Esq. of  the law firm of Adinolfi & Lieberman, PA will be speaking tomorrow at Pennsauken High School’s Career Day.   Kelli will be part of a panel discussion discussing her profession and fielding question from Pennsauken High School Juniors.

Kelli, a long-time South Jersey resident, attended William Patterson University for her undergraduate studies in sociology with a concentration in criminal justice.  She earned her Juris Doctorate from Seton Hall University School of Law. Kelli has been practicing exclusively in the area of matrimonial law since her admission from the New Jersey bar in 2005, and has significant experience handling all types of family matters involving divorce, custody, child support, equitable distribution, guardianship, and domestic violence. Kelli also handles abuse and neglect matters.

In addition to Kelli’s work experience, Kelli serves as a panelist for the Camden County and Burlington Matrimonial Early Settlement Panel. She has also served as a volunteer attorney for the Jersey Battered Women Services, (JBWS), in Morris County, representing individuals in domestic violence cases and presently participates as a volunteer attorney for South Jersey Legal Services, representing clients in connection with divorce and domestic violence matters. Kelli is a member of the Family Section of the New Jersey State Bar, Camden and Burlington County Bar Associations, and a member of the Thomas Forkin Inns of Court wherein she recognized as Associate of the Year for the year 2011-2012.

Adinolfi & Lieberman, P.A. is one of the largest law firms in Southern New Jersey concentrating on Family Law and Divorce.  The firm is based in Haddonfield and provides legal advice and representation to clients throughout New Jersey.  For more information, contact us online.