Amanda F. Wolf

Wolf, Amanda GDM6096cnBar Admissions: 2014, State of New Jersey; 2015, State of New York

Bar Admissions: 2014, State of New Jersey; 2015, State of New York

Law School: University of Miami School of Law, J.D., 2014.

College: University of Vermont, B.A., Political Science, 2011.

Memberships: New Jersey State Bar Association; Monmouth County Bar Association; Monmouth County Bar Association Municipal Court Committee.

Biography: Intern to the Hon. Thomas F. Scully, P.J.S.C. (Criminal Division, Superior Court of New Jersey, Monmouth County Vicinage), 2009 and 2012; Summer Associate, Ebanks & Sattler, LLP, 2013; Law Clerk to the Hon. Thomas F. Scully, J.S.C. (Civil Division, Superior Court of New Jersey, Monmouth County Vicinage).

Professional Accomplishments: Amanda graduated from University of Miami School of Law. Ms. Wolf was admitted to both the New Jersey Bar in 2014 and New York Bar in 2015.

While still in law school, Ms. Wolf completed a judicial internship with the Honorable Thomas F. Scully, P.J.S.C. during the summer of 2012 in the criminal division. Ms. Wolf also was a summer associate at the law firm of Ebanks & Sattler, LLP and EBSA Sports in New York City during the summer of 2013. Upon graduation from law school, Ms. Wolf served as Law Clerk to the Honorable Thomas F. Scully, J.S.C., in the Civil Division at the Superior Court of New Jersey, Monmouth County Vicinage.

In 2015, Ms. Wolf joined the Law Firm of Randolph H. Wolf. She concentrates her practice in DWI and Motor Vehicle Law in the Municipal Courts, Criminal Law and Civil Litigation in the Superior Court, and Trademark and intellectual property law.

She has earned a well respected reputation for her knowledge of DWI Law and has given several presentations to the Bar Association on the latest developments in DWI defense.

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