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Judy Taboada, ESQ.
Judy Taboada graduated from Rutgers University with a B.S. in Public Health and a minor in Art History. For all we know she had a Phi Beta Kappa key, graduated Magna Cum Laude, and was Valedictorian, but with those majors, who cares! Realizing a minor in Art History couldn’t land you a job as a paper weight, she applied to law school, and it was at Seton Hall University School of Law where she took flight. At Seton Hall she was a member of the Legislative Law Journal and also assisted her professor in publishing an article in Harvard’s Journal of Law & Public Policy.We’re not quite sure how Judy found us. We suspect she Googled “Opposite of Public Health with No Interest in Art History” and we were her only hit. Her resume (in retrospect, conspicuously silent as to her college curriculum) was impressive in revealing that she was the law clerk for the Presiding Civil Judge of Bergen County. For those unfamiliar, clerking for the presiding judge is one of the most difficult jobs in the court house. It requires in-depth knowledge of diverse areas of law, a high degree of organization, and personal skills to deal with the demanding personalities of the court house. Talk about needs we had to fill! We’re pretty sure we asked her lots of questions about these virtues during her interview, but the deal was sealed with Bolan’s last question:”What do you enjoy doing after hours?”
“Karaoke!” She replied.
“How appropriate, what could be more ‘minor’ than Art History? ”thought Connolly. We think Judy’s professional goal is to be a neat version of Vicki Shea-Connolly. Like Vicki she seems to be a magnet for the complex matter commanding creativity and a passionate application of the law. Her practice focuses in General Liability and professional liability claims.Admitted to the New Jersey State Bar, Federal District Court of New Jersey and New York State Bar.