Paul brings a wealth of experience in various areas of litigation, with significant trial and appellate experience.  Paul began his career at the firm of Lowenstein Sandler, where he litigated many commercial matters in the areas of intellectual property, white-collar crime, environmental law, land use law, and employment law.

Paul is also seasoned trial and appellate lawyer. After serving as a law clerk to the Honorable Justice Peter G. Verniero of the New Jersey Supreme Court, Paul handled jury trials for the Gangs and Organized Crime Bureau as a Deputy Attorney General in the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office. In addition, at both Lowenstein Sandler and the Attorney General’s Office, Paul briefed and argued a number of appeals before the New Jersey Appellate Division and the New Jersey Supreme Court.     

Paul brings a unique policy angle to his law practice as well.  After handling many criminal cases throughout New Jersey, Paul was asked to serve as a Special Assistant to the Attorney General. In that role, Paul was responsible for advising the Attorney General on matters related to criminal justice, homeland security, and the New Jersey State Police; as well as serving as the Attorney General’s liaison with New Jersey’s religious communities. Paul received his J.D., magna cum laude, from Georgetown University Law Center, and his undergraduate degree is in Economics from the University of Notre Dame.