Leighann Reilly Esq.
Leighann was born and raised in Voorhees, New Jersey. She attended Bishop Eustace Preparatory School and graduated in 2003.
Leighann earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Villanova University, where she was a Political Science major, with a Sociology Minor. She was a four year starter and co-captain for the Varsity Women’s Tennis team. Leighann was on the Dean’s List and received an award for academic and athletic excellence.
After completing her undergraduate degree, she continued her education at Villanova. Leighann earned a Master’s Degree in Liberal Studies focusing her curriculum on various areas of Political Science and English. Leighann completed her Master’s Degree in an accelerated time frame, by completing her two year program in 9 months.
Leighann continued her way across Villanova’s campus and earned her Juris Doctorate Degree in 2011. While attending law school, Leighann actively participated in various law school programs. She was a member of the Student Bar Association where she was elected as the University Senator and served in that position both her 2L and 3L year. She was also was a staff writer for the Sports and Entertainment Law Journal. She was a member of the Phi Alpha Delta National Law Society.
While in law school, Leighann also sought out additional opportunities that would provide her with more practical law experience. After her first year of law school, she studied abroad in Italy, taking National/International cross over classes. Additionally, Leighann participated in her schools Federal Tax Clinic representing low income tax payers before the IRS and US Tax Court.
Realizing the importance in gaining hands on experience, Leighann took part in both externship and clerkship positions in the Camden County Court House. Leighann’s first experience in the court house was as a summer judicial intern with the Honorable Lee B. Laskin. She then took a position as a summer judicial extern with the Honorable Charles M. Rand, presiding Judge in the family part. This experience then provided her with the opportunity to clerk for Judge Rand for the year following her law school graduation. After completing her clerkship, Leighann joined Rabkin Law Offices, P.C. as an associate attorney.
She is a member of the Bar of the State of New Jersey, the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey. She is also a member of the Pennsylvania Bar.
Her professional membership and activities include: Camden County Bar Association, Camden County Young Lawyers Committee, and Thomas S. Forkin American Family Inn of Court. She looks forward to participating in additional committees and learning opportunities as she progresses in her career.
Leighann’s primary areas of practice include Camden, Burlington and Gloucester Counties.
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