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Ms. Hunt is an associate editor on the Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal. Beyond her journal position, Ms. Hunt serves as 2L Representative of Phi Alpha Delta’s Jackson Chapter at Rutgers. With a strong interest in criminal law, Ms. Hunt intends to specialize in criminal defense. She also aims to work for the Innocence Project, an organization which exonerates the wrongfully convicted through DNA evidence.
At college, Ms. Hunt worked as a bankruptcy intern at the Office of Albert Russo, Standing Chapter 13 Trustee, where she organized creditor meetings and assisted with confirmation hearings in court. In law school, Ms. Hunt held a position as an intern at the Law Office of Judith G. Amorski in Freehold, New Jersey, where she handled a wide variety of cases involving, among others, criminal defense, family law, personal injury, trusts and estates, wills, bankruptcy, consumer fraud, and tax law.
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