Appellate Practice Special Committee



Clara S. Licata Esq.
700 Godwin Ave Ste 210
Midland Park, NJ 07432-1460
(201) 612-1170 (Office)

Vice Chair
Christina Vassiliou Harvey
Lomurro Law
4 Paragon Way, Suite 100
Freehold, NJ 07728
Rita Ann M. Aquilio
Joseph A. Bahgat
Jamie N. Berger
Lawrence Bluestone
Celia S. Bosco
Steven E. Braun
Douglas S. Brierley
Jeffrey J. Brookner
Daniel Brown
Thomas J. Caffert
Christopher J. Carcich
Trishka Waterbury Cecil
Kim M. Connor
Dale E. Console
Amy S. Cores
Olivia B. Crisp
Lawrence S. Cutalo
David Perry Davis
Claudia J. Demitro
Audra DePaolo
Robert J. Donaher
Carolyn C. Duff
Kevin J. Duffy
Stephen M. Eisdorfer
Afiyfa H. Ellington
Eli L. Eytan
Andrew T. Fede
Stephanie Forbes
Mark H. Friedman
Bonnie C. Frost
John C. Grady
Bruce D. Greenberg
Randi S. Greenberg
Michael R. Griffinger
Amirali Y. Haidri
John D. Healy
Carol M. Henderson
Nathan Howe
Donald P. Jacobs
Jason Scott Kanterman
Kristian A. Krause
Brooks H. Leonard
Hon. Laura M. LeWinn
Clara S. Licata
Ronald G. Lieberman
James A. Louis
Carrie A. Lumi
Jeffrey S. Mandel
Diana C. Manning
Natalie H. Mantell
Brian J. Molloy
Benjamin D. Morgan
Michelle J. Munsat
Alan S. Naar
Sandra C. Nathans
Aziz Nekoukar
Kimberly M. Parson
Mukti N. Patel
Daniel M. Perez
Suzette Price
Jason Wade Rockwell
Rajeh A. Saadeh
Megan Elizabeth Shafranski
Timothy P. Smith
Lewis Stein
Hon. Edwin H. Stern
Shalom D. Stone
Christopher J. Stracco
Haekyoung Suh
David W. Trombadore
Andrew R. Turner
Hon. Joseph L. Yannotti
Richard E. Yaskin
Jennifer L. Young
Jeffrey M. Zajac


Trustee Liaison
Cindy N. Vogelman


The Appellate Practice Special Committee addresses all issues which affect practices and procedures in the Appellate Division and Supreme Court of New Jersey, including, but not limited to, commenting on proposed amendments to court rules; promoting an open and ongoing exchange of views with appellate judges and court administrators; and sponsoring cooperative efforts between the Bench and the Association in order to enhance the quality, effectiveness and efficiency of justice at the appellate level.