Paul E. Newell
As a Certified Civil Trial Attorney, Paul E. Newell handles cases involving auto negligence, legal malpractice, medical malpractice, and personal injury. Since his admission to practice in 1972, Paul has handled cases in all trial courts in the State of New Jersey and has tried over 200 cases to final verdict before juries. Pro bono work is also very important to Paul, and he has devoted time to “Trial Lawyers Care,” a project of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, which included representation of the husband and infant daughter of a woman who died in the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. Under his guidance, the family obtained a net recovery from the September 11th Fund of more than $1.2 million. Paul also provides representation for the Citizens Advisory Council of the Disabled, an organization that represents and advocates the interests of severely disabled Monmouth County residents. Paul also served as an Officer in the United States Army Reserve.
- St. Peter’s College, 1968 B.A.
- New York Law School, 1971 J.D.
- New York University Law School, 1974 L.L.M.
- New Jersey State Bar
- New York State Bar
- Supreme Court of the United States
- 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals
- United States Virgin Islands
- American Bar Association
- New Jersey State Bar Association
- United States District Court for New Jersey, Arbitrator
- New Jersey Supreme Court, Former Member of the Ethics Committee
- Superior Court of New Jersey, Mediator
- American Arbitration Association, Arbitrator
- Association of Trial Lawyers of America-New Jersey (ATLA-NJ), Former Member, Board of Governors
- Monmouth County Bar Association, Former Trustee
- Haydn Proctor American Inn of Court, President, 2011 to 2013
Speaker, Middlesex County Bar Association Civil Trial Practice Seminar, Using Jury Focus Groups”, February 7, 2012
Speaker, “Injuries in Paradise: Litigation Issues Arising From Vacation Negligence,” Essex and Union County Bar Associations, Mid-Year Conference with the Trial Attorneys of New Jersey, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, February 2007