Carrie Krantz

Contact Info:

591 Mantua Boulevard, Suite 200
Sewell, NJ 08080

Direct: 856-669-2572
Mobile: 609-705-5300
Fax: 856-232-1601

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Carrie Krantz joins the firm immediately after serving as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Lee A. Solomon of the Supreme Court of New Jersey.  Her responsibilities included the preparation of memoranda concerning a wide range of civil and criminal legal issues, drafting and editing Supreme Court opinions, and preparing Justice Solomon for certification conferences and oral arguments.

During law school, Carrie was the External Managing Editor of Widener Law Review. Additionally, she served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Thomas L. Ambro of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. She was also an active member of the Environmental and Natural Resources Clinic and the Delaware Valley Environmental Inn of Court. During her 2L summer, Carrie honored her heritage by interning in the Division of Indian Affairs in the Office of the Solicitor at the United States Department of the Interior Headquarters in Washington, D.C.

Prior to law school, Carrie taught second and sixth graders in South Jersey schools.

J.D., Delaware Law School, cum laude (2016)*
B.A. in Math & Science, Rowan University, magna cum laude (2011)
B.A. in Elementary Education, Rowan University, magna cum laude (2011)

Honors, Awards, Recognition
During law school, Carrie received a merit scholarship for ranking in the top 15% of her class and was placed on the Dean’s List. She received pro bono distinction for completing over 110 hours of pro bono work. She was awarded the Dean Linda L. Ammon’s Diversity Scholarship and the GreenWatch Institute Award in Memory of Jerry Shields. Carrie was also a finalist in the American Indian Law Review’s 2014-2015 Writing Competition for her Note titled Returning the Black Hills: The Unjustness of Monetary Compensation for Sioux Nation’s Sacred Tribal Land.

* Not currently admitted to practice law in any jurisdiction.

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