Arianna Mouré represents employers in labor and employment litigation matters, including discrimination, breach of contract and unfair labor practice arbitrations. She also has extensive experience handling complex litigation matters, including civil, criminal and family law disputes. Arianna has experience assisting employers negotiating collective bargaining agreements, revising their employment policies and advising on other day to day employment issues.
Prior to entering private practice, Arianna served as a Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable Lisa P. Thornton, A.J.S.C. Superior Court, Monmouth County. While in law school, she served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Michael A. Shipp, United States District Judge for the District of New Jersey and in the New Jersey Superior Court for the Honorable Alberto Rivas. She also worked as a Legislative Aide to New Jersey State Senator Bob Smith.
In addition, Arianna represented juveniles in criminal matters in the Superior Court of New Jersey through Seton Hall Law's Juvenile Justice Clinic. She also represented pro se clients in the United States District Court, Southern District of New York, through the S.D.N.Y. Mediation Practicum. During law school, Arianna interned with Bristol-Meyer Squibb's in-house legal department in their employment law and privacy law group.
Arianna earned her juris doctor with a concentration in Health Law and a Healthcare Compliance Certification from Seton Hall University School of Law. Before earning her J.D., she was a pharmaceutical representative in the greater New York City area for two top pharmaceutical companies.
Appointed to the Commission for Puerto Rico Relief by Governor Phil D. Murphy's Executive Order No. 10, February 12, 2018
Graduate of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy Deposition Skills Program
Graduate of the Healthcare Compliance Certification Program
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