A lifelong resident of New Jersey, Amy L. Knapp focuses her practice in the areas of bankruptcy and consumer law. Before obtaining her law degree from Widener University in 2000, Ms. Knapp earned her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Public Administration from Rowan College.
Ms. Knapp’s desire to go to law school stems directly from her work in social services with Pemberton Township Department of Public Assistance and local non-profit organizations, where she assisted homeless individuals and families in transition. Ms. Knapp continues her commitment to helping individuals and families in need. Ms. Knapp has been recognized by the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey for her continued dedicated service and volunteerism efforts with the Rutgers University Bankruptcy Pro Bono Project. Ms. Knapp has also received accolades from the Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders for extending legal services to senior citizens and for her participation in consumer law-related seminars to educate senior citizens on their respective legal rights.
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Articles By Amy Knapp
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