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Angella N. Middleton is an attorney licensed in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.  Her current practice focuses on representation for corporate and individual clients in a wide variety of litigation matters.  Read more here.


Angella obtained her Juris Doctorate from Rutgers School of Law where she was a dean’s list member, and a prominent leader in the student community.  Among other things, she served as president of the Black Law Students Association, associate managing editor of the Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion, and competed on the school’s Trial Advocacy Competition Team and Thurgood Marshall Mock Trial Team.


On February 5, 2016 Angella released her first book, Life Lessons I Learned in Law School.  The book tells of triumphs over troubles that may be faced by anyone in any walk of life, and the lessons that can be learned through the process.  Angella just happened to have learned the lessons while in law school.  She was inspired to write the book when she realized that the value of what she had learned extends beyond her own life.  She shares her lessons in hopes that they will inspire and encourage the reader and motivate them to look for life lessons of their own.  Read more here.


In her local community, Angella has volunteered as an alumni coach for the Mock Trial Team at her alma mater, Franklin Learning Center High School in Philadelphia.  She has also served on the board of directors and development committee for the Alice Paul Institute, a non-profit organization based in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey that aims to train young female leaders.


Angella holds a Bachelor's degree in sociology from the University of Pennsylvania, and currently resides in Southern New Jersey.  She is active in the music ministry and Christian education ministry of her church.  She enjoys spending time with her family and mentoring disadvantaged youth.










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