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No. 6: Elie Honig

Current CNN senior legal analyst, Honig served as director of the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice from 2012 through 2018, where he oversaw a staff of more than 500 law enforcement professionals, including prosecutors, detectives, analysts and support staff.

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No. 1: Chris Porrino

Porrino, a partner and chair of the Litigation department at Roseland’s Lowenstein Sandler, is building the practice using his government connections to land top-flight legal talent.

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Anthony Coscia

No. 2: Anthony Coscia

In June, Coscia received the Industry Service Award from NAIOP New Jersey, and it’s not hard to see why. He’s a partner at Windels Marx – the firm he’s been with for nearly 40 years and where he’s a member of the Executive Committee.

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Max Crane

No. 5: Max Crane

Crane leads Sills Cummis & Gross, one of the largest law firms in New Jersey. He joined Sills in 1984, giving him a deep understanding of the internal workings of the firm and of its client base.

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Tamara Linde

No. 8: Tamara Linde

Now executive vice president and general counsel at PSEG, Linde joined the company’s law department as an attorney in 1990 handling a variety of natural gas and electric regulatory and transactional matters.

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J. Danielle Carr, chief officer of inclusion, Lowenstein Sandler

Lowenstein Sandler names chief officer of inclusion

Since J. Danielle Carr joined in 2020, the firm has marked several achievements, such as being named to Bloomberg Law’s inaugural Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Framework and receiving a 100% rating for the sixth consecutive year on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s 2022 Corporate Equality Index (CEI).

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