We congratulate Geoff for this well deserved honor
Newark, NJ (PRWEB) August 27, 2009
McCarter & English is pleased to announce that Geoffrey Rosamond, a partner in the firm's Newark office, has been named to New Jersey Law Journal's "40 under 40" list. The annual list recognizes 40 of the state's most promising young lawyers.
"We congratulate Geoff for this well deserved honor," said Michael Guariglia, managing partner of McCarter's Newark office. "Geoff has already accumulated many notable accomplishments in his career and has established himself as a leader at the firm and throughout the state's legal community."
Mr. Rosamond's law practice is concentrated in criminal defense and commercial litigation in federal and state court. He has represented corporations and individuals in a broad array of criminal and regulatory investigations and proceedings involving allegations of mail and wire fraud, insider trading, theft, violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, commercial bribery and bribery of public officials, securities fraud and money laundering.
Mr. Rosamond was recently named head of McCarter's pro bono practice, a role he will assume in October. His extensive pro bono work has focused on the Newark Reentry Legal Services ("ReLeSe") Network, which is designed to help individuals with criminal records address civil legal matters that are barriers to successful community reintegration. Volunteer Lawyer's for Justice named him Pro Bono Attorney of the Year for 2008.
Prior to joining McCarter, Mr. Rosamond served as an Assistant Prosecutor with the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office. He has a JD from Rutgers University School of Law, Camden and a BA from Villanova University, summa cum laude.
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