Hilary L. Brunell, Counsel

Hilary L. Brunell

Counsel

hbrunell@lawfirm.ms

3 Becker Farm Road, Suite 105
Roseland, NJ 07068
Tel: 973-736-4600 x7993
Direct Dial: 973-243-7993
Fax: 973-325-7467

Hilary Brunell is Counsel to the Firm’s Litigation Practice Group and specializes in appellate advocacy. She earned her law degree at George Washington University in 1979. Following graduation, she clerked for the Honorable John F. Crane of the New Jersey Appellate Division and then joined the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office in Newark, New Jersey. In 1998, she became Deputy First Assistant Prosecutor and in 1999 she was named Executive Assistant Prosecutor.

New Jersey State Bar Association

Ms. Brunell has authored the following publications:
  • Crawford v. Washington, The Chronicle (Essex County Bar Association 2004)
  • How Appealing is Your Case: Eight Considerations that May Influence a Decision to Appeal, The Appellate Prosecutor (Prosecution Services, LLC 2005).
Overview

Hilary Brunell is Counsel to the Firm’s Litigation Practice Group and specializes in appellate advocacy. She earned her law degree at George Washington University in 1979. Following graduation, she clerked for the Honorable John F. Crane of the New Jersey Appellate Division and then joined the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office in Newark, New Jersey. In 1998, she became Deputy First Assistant Prosecutor and in 1999 she was named Executive Assistant Prosecutor.

Professional Affiliations

New Jersey State Bar Association

Publications
Ms. Brunell has authored the following publications:
  • Crawford v. Washington, The Chronicle (Essex County Bar Association 2004)
  • How Appealing is Your Case: Eight Considerations that May Influence a Decision to Appeal, The Appellate Prosecutor (Prosecution Services, LLC 2005).
Admissions

State of New Jersey

State of District of Columbia

United States Supreme Court

Education

George Washington University School of Law, J.D., 1978

Syracuse University, Maxwell School, B.A., Phi Beta Kappa, Magna cum laude, 1975