Megan S. Murray, Esq. has been appointed by the President of the Monmouth County Bar Association to Co-Chair the Monmouth County Family Law Committee for 2012-2013. As a Co-Chair of the Family Law Committee, Ms. Murray will act as a liaison between the Bench and the Bar in Monmouth County, with the goal of working with judges and attorneys to promote efficiency in the Family Part. Ms. Murray will also be working to plan and schedule Continuing Legal Education courses and to plan events for the Family Law Section. This is Ms. Murray’s second year as Co-Chair of the Family Law Committee.
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