In Favor of the Nomination of Fabiana Pierre-Louis

August 16, 2020
New Jersey Law Journal

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We trust there will be an expeditious confirmation process which will lead to a transition permitting the new justice to prepare to join the court in the fall.

We applaud the governor’s nomination of Fabiana Pierre-Louis as a justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court, effective on the mandatory retirement of Justice Walter Timpone in November. A graduate of Rutgers Law School in Camden with high honors, she clerked for Justice John Wallace while he served on the Supreme Court, and served nine years working in all three branches of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of New Jersey. Ms. Pierre-Louis was appointed head of the Trenton office in 2016 and became in charge of the Camden office two years later. Ms. Pierre-Louise subsequently returned to practice as a partner in the white collar and government investigations practice group in the Cherry Hill office of Montgomery, McCracken, Walker & Rhoads, where she had commenced her legal career as an associate before joining the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Ms. Pierre-Louis is only 39 years of age, and will bring to the court a new perspective and experience. Upon reappointment and confirmation following her initial seven-year term, she will be able to serve 30 years as a justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court.


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