Caroline Granato graduated from Rowan University in 1984, earning her J.D. from Ohio Northern University Petit College of Law in 1987. She was a member of the Law Review and graduated with honors, ranked third in her class.
Caroline practiced law with a South Jersey firm from 1987 through 2006, handling primarily plaintiff personal injury cases. The cases were varied, including automobile accident, construction accident, slip and fall and malpractice. Caroline’s experience included all aspects of litigation through trial.
Thereafter, Caroline worked as an arbitrator for the New Jersey PIP program. She began as an arbitrator on a full-time basis in 2006, and more recently on a part-time basis in 2020.
Caroline’s work at our firm includes employment and civil rights, school discrimination and bullying, personal injury and civil rights.
Caroline lives in South Jersey with her husband, their twin girls, a rescue German Shepherd mix, and two rescue cats.
- New Jersey
Honors and Awards
- Constitutional Law Book Award
- Woman’s Scholar Award, ONU