Gregory J. Getrajdman
- Rutgers University School of Law, Newark, New Jersey
- J.D. - 2022
Gregory J. Getrajdman, a May 2022 graduate of Rutgers Law School, joined the Firm in September 2022. While in law school, Mr. Getrajdman served as Staff Editor and Commentaries Editor for the Rutgers Law Review, and authored the commentary, What the Heck Were They Thinking? It's Time for the Court to Abandon the Heck Doctrine, which was featured in the Law Review's Spring 2022 publication. In addition, Mr. Getrajdman was a Teaching Associate for first-year students' Legal Analysis, Writing, and Research Skills course.
During his time in law school, Mr. Getrajdman worked for two years as a law clerk with the Law Office of Amy Jane Agnew, P.C., working on constitutional and civil rights matters, where he gained extensive experience with various aspects of federal law, including procedural issues and Section 1983 claims. Additionally, Mr. Getrajdman presented an oral argument before the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and formulated and filed numerous petitions for executive clemency on behalf of state prisoners.