Kimberly A. Greenfield
Ms. Greenfield was born and raised in Lawrenceville, New Jersey. Following high school, Ms. Greenfield attended Franklin and Marshall College where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology. While attending F&M, Ms. Greenfield swam on the varsity swim team as a distance swimmer. Kimberly also interned at the Lancaster Domestic Violence Legal Clinic, where her love of family law took root.
Shortly after graduating from F&M in 2010, Ms. Greenfield pursued her law degree at Rutgers School of Law in Camden, New Jersey. During law school, Ms. Greenfield served as a judicial intern in the New Jersey Superior Court, Family Division to the Honorable Daniel D’Alessandro. Ms. Greenfield also served as judicial extern to the Honorable Mary C. Jacobson, Assignment Judge for Mercer County, Superior Court.
While attending Rutgers School of Law in Camden, New Jersey Ms. Greenfield was selected to serve as a student lawyer for the Child and Family Advocacy Clinic. While at the clinic Ms. Greenfield represented clients under the New Jersey Student Practice Rules in matters involving Special Immigrant Juvenile Status and in Social Security Income and Disability cases. Ms. Greenfield received the Reed Smith Clinical Excellence award for her achievements at the clinic.
Ms. Greenfield was also a member of the Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion. Ms. Greenfield was selected by her peers and served as the Research and Writing Editor for the 2013-2014 Term for the journal. Ms. Greenfield was also published for her article, “Cutting Away Religious Freedom: The Global and National Debate Surrounding Male Circumcision.”
Prior to joining Puff and Cockerill, Ms. Greenfield served as judicial law clerk to the Honorable Timothy W. Chell, Chancery Division, Family Party, Gloucester County, New Jersey.