Assistant Teaching Professor
Professor Amy Montemarano specializes in legal research and writing and has presented on the subject at numerous conferences including the Third Biennial International Applied Storytelling Conference at the University of Denver in July 2011 where she presented The Power of Story to Affect Legislation: Farmer David versus Agribusiness Goliath and the Safety of our Food.
Professor Montemarano previously served as the school's assistant dean for career and professional development and visiting assistant professor. She joined the Earle Mack School of Law after teaching legal research and writing at Rutgers School of Law - Camden.
Professor Montemarano was a long-term law clerk for the Honorable Robert B. Kugler, United States District Judge. She practiced law in Philadelphia at both Cozen O'Connor and Williams and Cuker & Berezofsky, a small firm specializing in toxic torts and civil rights.
Professor Montemarano received her J.D. with honors from Rutgers School of Law-Camden where she was notes and casenotes editor for the Rutgers Law Journal. She received her bachelor of science degree from the University of Virginia.
J.D., Rutgers University School of Law – Camden
B.S., University of Virginia
Media Coverage and Activities
- Appellate Litigation Clinic I
- Lawyering Practice Seminar
- Legal Methods I
- Legal Methods II
- Legal Research and Writing for Judicial Clerkships
- Marshall Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project
- Writing Strategies for the Bar