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Agnes I. Rymer, Attorney at Law

Agnes Rymer has a law practice in Newark (NJ)
(973)622-3333
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Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in Business Law, Health Care Law, Insurance Litigation, Litigation matters.
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One Gateway Center Newark, NJ 07102
Phone: (973)622-3333, Fax: (973)622-3349   Map It
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Business Law: Antitrust Law, Domestic
Health Care Law
Insurance Litigation
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Qualification & Experience
Bar Admissions
  • New Jersey (NJ) 1982
Professional Organizations and Memberships
  • American Bar Association
  • Hudson County Bar Association
  • National Association of Women Lawyers
  • New Jersey State Bar Association
Education

Degree:J.D.
School:Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey School of Law - Newark (S.I. Newhouse Center for Law & Justice)
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Year:1982

Degree:B.A.
School:Rutgers University
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Year:1977
Languages
English
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New Jersey

Essex: Newark

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