Jaclyn N. Kahn

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Ms.  Kahn graduated Summa Cum Laude from Florida Coastal School of Law. During law school, Ms. Kahn was the pro bono chair for the Family Law Society and a staff editor for the Florida Coastal Law Review.  The  2015  Winter  Edition  of  the  Florida  Coastal  Law Review’s  journal  contains  Ms.  Kahn’s publication on the intersection of reproductive technologies and family law issues.  She  also  earned  her  Family  Law certificate  after  focusing  on  classes  involving  juvenile  justice,  adoption  law,  and domestic violence.

Ms. Kahn was appointed as a Congressional Page in 2005 and worked as Speaker’s Page to J. Dennis Hastert. Ms. Kahn earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ in 2010. While attending school, Ms. Kahn was a member  of two juvenile conference  committees  in  Sussex  County,  where  she  assisted  in  recommending sentences  for  juvenile  offenders.  Following her graduation from college, Ms.  Kahn joined the Peace Corps and briefly served in Sierra Leone.

Subsequent to graduating law school in Florida, Ms. Kahn served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Catherine I. Enright, J.S.C. in the Superior Court of New Jersey in the Family Part and Criminal Part, Morris Vicinage.  Ms.  Kahn started her clerkship in the Family Division where she had the opportunity to work one on one with Judge Enright, the presiding judge at the time, on matrimonial matters and non-dissolution matters. In particular, Ms. Kahn worked on cases involving  both  pre-  and  post-divorce issues  such as  child  custody,  alimony,  and equitable  distribution.  Ms.  Kahn  assisted  the  judge  in  research,  drafting  the  written opinions  for  motions,  and  mediation  of  cases.  In the midst of her clerkship, Judge Enright and Ms. Kahn were transferred from the Family Division to the Criminal Division within the Morris Vicinage. While in the criminal part, Ms. Kahn assisted the judge in trial preparation, drafting opinions, and preparing sentencing memorandums.

After her judicial clerkship, Ms.  Kahn  has  dedicated  her  career  to  helping  families resolve  issues  related  to  matrimonial  law.  She  is  devoted  to helping  with  family  law matters  including,  but  not  limited  to,  child  custody,  child  support,  alimony,  equitable distribution, domestic violence, and enforcement and modification of various agreement or court ordered terms.

Ms.  Kahn  is  a  member  of  the  New  Jersey  State  Bar  Association,  Family  and  Young Lawyers Divisions and also the Morris County Bar Association, Family Division.