Raised primarily in the State of Maine, Annabelle Steinhacker is admitted in both the New Jersey and New York Bars and concentrates her practice in the litigation of personal injury matters involving automobile negligence, products liability, construction site negligence and the representation of persons charged with motor vehicle and criminal violations. Upon graduation from the University of Maine School of Law, Ms. Steinhacker served a Judicial Clerkship with the Honorable Dennis F. Carey, III, Judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey. After graduating from Yale University, Ms. Steinhacker had the honor to represent the United States as a Fulbright Fellow in the Netherlands where she conducted a comparative study on the Dutch and American criminal justice systems.
- Yale University, 2000 B.A.
- University of Maine School of Law, 2007 J.D.
- New Jersey State Bar
- New York State Bar
- U.S. District Court, Division of New Jersey
- Eastern District of New York and Southern District of New York
- Director, Board of Directors, Maine Law Alumni Association
- Trustee, Board of Trustees, Trial Attorneys of New Jersey
- American Bar Association
- New Jersey Association of Justice
- Hudson County Bar Association
- Essex County Bar Association
- New York State Bar Association
- Hudson County Bar Association Civil Practice and Appellate Practice Committees
- Protecting Your Verdict: Post-Trial Motions,” NJAJ Boardwalk Seminar (3rd largest legal conference in the United States), Atlantic City, NJ; New Jersey Association of Justice, May 2014
- Program Co-chair, “Auto Seminar – Everything But Trial,” Six Concurrent Seminars, New Brunswick, NJ, February 2016
- Program Co-chair, “Support Staff: Personal Injury,” NJAJ Boardwalk Seminar, Atlantic City, NJ, May 2015
- Moderator, “Women Litigators Luncheon,” NJAJ Meadowlands Seminar, East Rutherford, NJ; New Jersey Association of Justice, November 2014
- Program Co-chair, “Support Staff: Personal Injury,” NJAJ Boardwalk Seminar (3rd largest legal conference in the United States), Atlantic City, NJ, May 2014.
- “New Jersey High Court Correctly Rules Cell Phone Locations are Constitutionally Protected” – Jurist, October, 2013 http://jurist.org/sidebar/2013/10/steinhacker-sinins-NJ-cell-tracking.php