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Annmarie Jensen, Esquire

Admitted to practice law in the States of New Jersey and New York
New Jersey Superior Court Rule 1:40 Qualified Civil and Family Mediator

Bar Admissions

New Jersey – 1996
New York – 1997
Supreme Court of the United States – 2008
United States District Court – 2012

Experience

September 2007 through present
Agre & Jensen
(formerly the Law Office of Robert N. Agre)
Haddonfield, NJ

856-428-7797

Attorney

• Criminal, civil, insurance and matrimonial litigation from inception through appeal

• Perform the research and brief-writing for the firm clients

• Mediate cases on as-needed basis

June 2001 through September 2007
Annmarie Jensen, Esquire
Haddonfield, NJ

Independent Contractor/Per Diem Attorney

• Performed research, brief-writing and document preparation for attorneys on a per diem basis

• Areas of practice include criminal defense and civil litigation, insurance litigation, matrimonial litigation, appellate practice

March 2000 through June 2001
Rubin & Jensen
Voorhees, NJ

Associate Attorney

• Criminal, civil, insurance and matrimonial litigation from inception through appeal

• Performed all of the research and brief-writing for the firm clients

August 1996 through March 2000
Rubin & Agre
Voorhees, NJ
Associate Attorney
§  Criminal, civil, insurance and matrimonial litigation from inception through appeal
§  Performed all of the research and brief-writing for the firm clients

Education

August 1993 through June 1996
Rutgers’ School of Law
Newark, NJ
Juris Doctorate

• Technical Editor, Women’s Rights Litigation Reporter

• Research/writing assistant for Nadine Taub, Director of Women’s Rights Litigation Clinic

August 1989 through June 1993
University of Miami School of Business
Coral Gables, FL

Bachelor in Business Administration (Political Science and Legal Studies)

• Graduated cum laude from University Honors Program

• Assumed leadership roles in political, environmental and civic student groups

Noteworthy

1994 Recipient of the Circumnavigators’ Club Foundation Travel/Research Grant – Peace Education

Traveled to Costa Rica, Australia, Japan, Germany, Switzerland and France to study and compare educational policies and curricula on the topic of peaceful conflict resolution.  Prepared comparison thesis for presentation to Circumnavigators’ Club Foundation in New York City in the Fall of 1994.