Drew F. Barone is an associate in the firm’s Environmental Department and Environmental Litigation Group. Prior to becoming an associate, Drew worked as a paralegal and a law clerk in the firm’s Environmental Department for 5 years while attending law school at night. Drew has also held professional positions as a law clerk at a consumer rights litigation firm and as an energy advisor at SolarCity Corporation (now Tesla, Inc.).
Double majoring in Environmental Policy, Institutions and Behaviors, and Political Science, Drew earned his Bachelor of Science from the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences at Rutgers University. Drew earned his Juris Doctor from Seton Hall University School of Law. In addition to working full-time, while in law school, Drew was the President of the Environmental Law Society, and a student attorney in the Center for Social Justice Civil Litigation and Practice Clinic where he represented clients in civil litigation matters in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey and the Law Division of New Jersey Superior Court.
Drew is a counselor at Exceptional Citizen’s Week at Camp Fatima, a summer camp for children and adults with intellectual or physical disabilities. Drew is also an avid golfer.
Seton Hall University School of Law, J.D.
Rutgers University, B.S.
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