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New Associate Attorney at Davis & Mendelson: Alexandrea L. Pooner, Esq.

A graduate of Widener University Delaware Law School and a judicial law clerk for the Presiding Family Judge of Gloucester, Cumberland, and Salem Counties, Alex has a passion for juvenile law and domestic violence matters.

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Alexandrea L. Pooner

We’re very pleased to announce that Alexandrea (Alex) L. Pooner, has joined the team of Davis & Mendelson as an associate attorney. A Cherry Hill native, Alexandrea is a proud graduate of Cherry Hill High School East. Alex went on to attend Syracuse University, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude with dual degrees in Public Health and Addiction Studies. After College, Alex accepted an academic scholarship to Widener University Delaware Law School, where she was an active member in her school’s community. In the summer of 2019, Alex interned at the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office, where she developed a passion for juvenile law and domestic violence matters. During her third year of law school, Alex was one of eight students chosen for the Delaware Civil Clinic and was admitted to the limited practice in law pursuant to Delaware Supreme Court Rule 56. During her time in the clinic, Alex represented survivors of domestic violence seeking permanent orders of protection. After graduation, Alex was a judicial law clerk for The Honorable Harold U. Johnson, P.J.F.P., the Presiding Family Judge of Gloucester, Cumberland, and Salem Counties. Alex is an active member of her religious community, and teaches Hebrew school at her synagogue, Temple Beth Sholom. In her free time, Alex enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and her fiancé’, Eric.

Alex accordingly shares our unique approach to the practice of law, to build relationships and solve problems for real people in a cost-effective, compassionate manner.

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