Attorney Claire Scully has been an active part of the legal landscape in New Jersey since 1991. Ms. Scully is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association and the Monmouth County Bar Association. She serves on the District IX Ethics Committee. Claire Scully, Esq. L.L.C. supports Autism N.J., P.B.A. local 256 as well as several local P.B.A. locals and the Special Olympics.
Ms. Scully has been practicing law since 1989. She attended Touro School of Law in New York, graduating in 1989. After passing both the New York and New Jersey Bar exams, Claire Scully began her litigation career as an Assistant District Attorney in New York. She began trying jury cases right away.
Claire Scully, Esq. moved to New Jersey in 1991, and began as an Assistant Prosecutor in the Cape May County Prosecutor's Office. She later worked as an Assistant Prosecutor for the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office, Trial Division. She tried felony jury cases on behalf of the State of New Jersey, including robberies, assaults, and drug cases.
Ms. Scully took a hiatus from the practice of law to have a family. After having four sons in four years, she returned to the private practice of law as a partner with Reich and Scully, L.L. C. In 2005, Claire Scully opened her doors as a practitioner in criminal law and family law. In recent years, the focus has been on family law, citing "Family First" as the motivation.
Ms. Scully has taught classes at the Monmouth County Police Academy and the Cape May County Police Academy. She is an active member of the New Jersey State Bar Association and the Monmouth County Bar Association. Claire Scully also serves on the District IX Ethics Committee.
Ms. Scully is an attorney/coach for the mock trial team at Christian Brothers Academy in Lincroft NJ and has also served as a volunteer judge for the Vincent C. Abbruzese mock trial completion.
Attorney Claire Scully dedicates her spare time to causes of the disabled and special needs children.
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