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New Jersey and Civil Rights Employment Lawyer Co-Chairs Drive for School Supplies

PRESS RELEASE – October 8, 2013

Costello, Mains & Silverman, LLC member Costello, Mains & Silverman, LLC, a co-Chair of the Women Trial Lawyers Caucus of the New Jersey Association for Justice, co-Chaired on October 8, 2013, the annual “Party on the Patio,” an event which raises much needed funds and school supplies for New Jersey children in need. “This is the second year that I have been a Co-Chair of the Party on the Patio and it is deeply gratifying to be able to help provide children in need with essential school supplies,” said Ms. Mains.

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