Jacqueline L. Olsen Esq.
Jacqueline graduated from Rutgers Law School in 2017. During law school, Jacqueline was a judicial intern for the Honorable Charles J. Cunningham, III, of the Court of Common Pleas in Philadelphia, where she worked on a published opinion. She also interned for the New Jersey Attorney General in the Division of Law- Tort Litigation Department. For two years, Jacqueline had the privilege of working as a research assistant for Nobel Peace Prize Nominee, Professor Roger S. Clark, where she researched international law issues. As a research assistant, Jacqueline edited and aided in publishing a case book and scholarly article.
After graduating from law school, Jacqueline was a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Alan G. Lesnewich, J.S.C., in Union County. During her 2017-2018 term, Jacqueline worked in both the Family and Civil Division, where she managed hundreds of cases, drafted and edited opinions, and researched complex family and civil law issues. Jacqueline also served as a court certified mediator, and she mediated cases in the Special Civil Part.
In her spare time, Jacqueline enjoys running, and she has participated in the Philadelphia Half Marathon, as well as many 5Ks. She also enjoys volunteering with homeless veterans. Jacqueline is an active member of the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity. Jackie is a member of the Board Directors for Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newark.
"A Tribute to The International Lawyer" - Roger S. Clark, The International Lawyer: A Triannual Publication of the ABA/Section of International Law - 50th Anniversary Issue (2017). Assisted in editing.
"International Criminal Law, Cases and Materials (4th Ed. 2016)" - Roger S. Clark & Ellen Podgor & Lucian E. Dervan, Research Assistant for Professor Clark, aided in editing and publishing.