Amy E. Rudley Installed as President-Elect of Gloucester County Bar Association

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. –Cooper Levenson partner Amy E. Rudley, Esq. was recently installed as the President-Elect of the Gloucester County Bar Association.

The Gloucester County Bar Association and its members have represented the residents of Southern New Jersey for over 100 years. The organization’s mission is to improve access to the legal system, facilitate professionalism in the legal community, foster a better understanding of the legal system within the community at large, and promote justice for everyone.

Members of the Association routinely donate their time to provide presentations to civic, educational, and professional organizations. This includes Association-wide participation in the Vincent J. Apruzzese High School Mock Trial Competition; a state-wide event held each January that provides high school students with a real-world courtroom experience. Members participate by filling the roles of high school mock trial team coaches, judges, bailiffs, and organizers of this annual event.

Ms. Rudley is a partner in the firm and is based in the Atlantic City office. She focuses on the areas of employment law, hospitality & casino law, and defense litigation including civil rights litigation and premises liability. A graduate of the University of Delaware (B.S.), and Rutgers University School of Law – Camden (J.D.), Ms. Rudley is admitted to the bar in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, as well as the United States District of New Jersey, the United States Eastern District of Pennsylvania, and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. 

In addition to her practice, Ms. Rudley serves as the volunteer attorney coach for Pitman High School’s Mock Trial team.

Cooper Levenson, founded in 1957, is a full service law firm with offices in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Florida, and Nevada.