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Feldman Shepherd Attorney Patricia M. Giordano Elected 2nd Vice President of New Jersey Association for Justice

June 4, 2020

Feldman Shepherd is pleased to announce that attorney Patricia M. Giordano has been elected 2d Vice President of the New Jersey Association for Justice (NJAJ) and will be installed on June 11.

Ms. Giordano presently serves as NJAJ’s 3rd Vice President and has held a number of executive leadership positions at NJAJ since 2010. She presently serves as co-chair of NJAJ’s Medical Malpractice Committee and is also a co-chair of its Women Trial Lawyers Caucus, and is a member of the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee. In 2018, she was appointed by Chief Justice Stuart Rabner as the NJAJ representative to the New Jersey Supreme Court Women in the Courts Committee for the 2018 through 2020 term.

NJAJ is a statewide association of over 2,400 members in private practice and public service, including attorneys, paralegals, law clerks, law students and law school graduates not yet admitted to the bar. NJAJ is dedicated to protecting New Jersey’s families by working to preserve and strengthen the laws for safer products and workplaces, a cleaner environment and quality health care.

“I am honored to have been elected by my peers as NJAJ’s 2nd Vice President. I look forward to working with all our members as we navigate the challenging and unprecedented circumstances that the courts, attorneys, and our clients face as the pandemic continues to change how we practice law,” Ms. Giordano said.

“All of us at Feldman Shepherd are proud of Trish and her impressive contributions to access for justice for all,” said Co-Managing Partner Alan M. Feldman. “The members of NJAJ are fortunate to have someone with her integrity and skills in this important leadership position.”

At Feldman Shepherd, Ms. Giordano’s practice focuses on birth and neonatal injury and medical malpractice cases.

  • Feldman Shepherd Wohlgelernter Tanner Weinstock Dodig LLP attorneys are licensed in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Florida, Louisiana, Missouri, and Texas. In addition, our attorneys practice in other states on a pro hac vice basis. Pro hac vice admission is when a lawyer not licensed in a particular state associates with a lawyer who is licensed in that state and obtains the court’s permission to jointly represent a client in a specific matter.