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Trenton Workers' Compensation Law Lawyer
Paul A. Devlin specializes in Workers' Compensation Law. He has been certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Certified Workers' Compensation Attorney. He is an active member of the New Jersey Workers' Compensation Inn of Court. Since 1999, Mr. Devlin has devoted his practice to the area of workers' compensation and achieving the best results for his clients.
About Paul A Devlin
Current Employment Position(s)
- Workers' Compensation Law
- Pennsylvania, 1994
- New Jersey, 1994
- U.S. District Court District of New Jersey, 1994
Specialties and Certifications
- Certified Workers' Compensation Law Attorney, New Jersey Supreme Court Board
- New Jersey Bar Association
- Mercer County Bar Association
- The Justice James H. Coleman, Jr. New Jersey Workers' Compensation American Inn of Court (Active Member)
- New Jersey Association for Justice
- Temple University School of Law, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1994
- Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, 1983
Fraternities and Sororities
- Phi Kappa Psi
3131 Princeton PikeSuite 202 - Building 1A Trenton, NJ 08648
Other Sources of Feedback About Paul A. Devlin
Included on the 2011 New Jersey list
- 2010 New Jersey Super Lawyers list
- 2009 New Jersey Super Lawyers list
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