Welcome 2018 Summer Associates
June 11, 2018
Lyndhurst-based Law Firm Scarinci Hollenbeck Continues its Longstanding Summer Associate Program with the Addition of Four Law Students
Lyndhurst, NJ – June 11, 2018 – Scarinci Hollenbeck is pleased to welcome four law students to its 2018 Summer Associate Program. Three will be based out of the Firm’s Lyndhurst Office and one in Red Bank. All four are near the top of the class at their respective schools, and were chosen from over a hundred applicants.
Throughout the program, the Summer Associates will receive training in various aspects of the law, as well as varied, distinct and interesting assignments. They will also have the opportunity to observe experienced attorneys trying cases, negotiating contracts and counseling clients.
“Our Summer Associate Program makes for a unique learning experience given how many talented individuals apply and how few we can accept,” said Donald Scarinci, Managing Partner. “Beyond how competitive it can be to gain acceptance, what also makes this program unique is how our associates will be involved in a diverse array of activities within the firm ranging from assisting our partners to participating in social events.”
“Scarinci Hollenbeck’s summer associate program is dynamic to say the least. We combine the talents of a group of standout law students with a constantly-evolving legal practice, which makes for an enriching learning environment given how challenging and wide-ranging assignments can be,” agreed Laura M. Miller, Scarinci Hollenbeck Counsel & Summer Associate Coordinator. “I look forward to seeing the progress these associates make throughout the course of this summer.”
The 2018 Summer Associates are as follows:
Morgan Durr will begin her third year at Seton Hall Law School in the fall. She serves as President of the Employment Law Forum and is the Executive Editor of the Seton Hall Legislative Journal. She earned her undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice, Summa Cum Laude, from Marist College in 2016.
Zachary Klein recently completed his first year at Rutgers School of Law, where he is a member of the Intellectual Property Law Society. He received his Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Music Technology from the Stevens Institute of Technology in 2017.
Mohamed Hegazi will begin his third year at Seton Hall Law School. He joined the Seton Hall Circuit Review as a member of the Comments Committee and is a part of the Civil Litigation and Practice Clinic. He earned his undergraduate degree in Business Management from Rutgers University in 2016.
Alison Moody will begin her third year at Rutgers School of Law in the fall, where she is an Articles Editor for the Rutgers Law Record. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and International Relations from Gettysburg College in 2012.