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Ms. Stonage graduated from Northeastern University in 2006 with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. While attending Northeastern University, Jennifer participated in the co-operative education program, spending time as a research assistant for the Massachusetts State Sentencing Commission and as a judicial intern for the Norfolk County Family and Probate Court. During her time with the Massachusetts State Sentencing Commission, Jennifer’s research was published in both the “Massachusetts State Sentencing Commission’s Survey of Sentencing Practices” and the “Governor’s Commission on Sentencing Reform.”
In May of 2010, she graduated from New England Law|Boston. While at New England Law, Jennifer worked for Greater Boston Legal Services in their Health and Disabilities unit, handling Social Security and Disability Cases. She was a member and Magister of Phi Delta Phi, chair of the Student Bar Association’s 1L Affairs Committee, a Student Ambassador to prospective law students, as well as making the Dean’s List.
Following her graduation, Jennifer worked as an associate attorney with Orlando & Associates, in Gloucester, Massachusetts, where she handled a variety of civil litigation and personal injury matters. While at Orlando & Associates, Ms. Stonage ran the firm’s Social Security Disability practice, where she handled claims from intake to resolution.
In April of 2016, Ms. Stonage decided to return to New Jersey, where she was born and raised. Prior to joining Bross & Frankel, Ms. Stonage worked for Nass Cancelliere Brenner, a Philadelphia law firm handling asbestos litigation. Although she enjoyed working with asbestos victims, Ms. Stonage wished to return to the work she was always passionate about, helping those who are no longer able to work.
Admitted to practice in Massachusetts, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, Ms. Stonage is a zealous advocate for her clients, as well as a passionate Philadelphia Eagles and Boston Red Sox fan. She lives in Maple Shade, New Jersey.