Paul Myron joined Lesnevich, Marzano-Lesnevich, O’Cathain & O’Cathain, LLC as an associate in the winter of 2018. A lifelong resident of New Jersey, Paul earned his B.A., summa cum laude, in Political Science & Labor Studies and Employment Relations from Rutgers University in 2013. He then earned his J.D. from Seton Hall University School of Law in May 2016.

While in law school, Paul worked extensively in numerous different areas of law. During his first year at Seton Hall, Paul was awarded the Samuel J. Heyman Fellowship for his commitment to public interest legal work. During law school, Paul demonstrated his public interest commitment by working for the federal government in the United States Postal Service Legal Department in New York City. In addition, Paul worked for the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General in the Professional Boards Prosecution section investigating matters concerning improper medical practices. Paul’s public interest work earned him eligibility to complete Seton Hall’s prestigious Pro Bono Service Program

Paul also worked in several other areas of law in the private sector. Throughout much of law school, Paul worked on personal injury, construction law, employment, and matrimonial matters for private New Jersey and New York law firms.

After graduation from law school, Paul served as judicial law clerk to the Honorable Alvaro L. Iglesias, J.S.C. in Hudson County’s Family Part. It was during this clerkship that Paul’s passion for family law really ignited. As a law clerk, Paul assisted in the handling of juvenile delinquency, non-dissolution, dissolution, and domestic violence cases. His experience and knowledge gained at his clerkship drove Paul to pursue a career in family law, which he has practiced exclusively since his graduation.

Paul is an active member of the New Jersey Bar Association. He also contributes to the New Jersey Family Lawyer magazine and the firm’s family law blog, ‘Let’s Talk About Divorce.