Priya Amin's legal practice is focused on the representation and counsel of management in labor and employment law matters.
While in law school, Priya served as a summer associate for FordHarrison, gaining significant experience in employment law matters, and as a legal intern for Sanctuary for Families, providing legal assistance to victims of domestic violence and related forms of gender violence. Furthermore, Priya worked with underprivileged clients while participating in the Rutgers Community and Transactional Lawyering Clinic, helping clients incorporate non-profit businesses, as well as representing clients in guardianship hearings. She also served as a senior editor on Rutgers Law Review and was a Legal Analysis, Research & Writing Teaching Fellow during her last year of law school. Additionally, Priya was awarded the Eric R. Neisser Pro Bono Service Program award for completing more than 50 hours of pro bono service during her law school career, as well as the APALSA Outstanding Service and Contributions award.
Prior to law school, Priya worked as a paralegal for FordHarrison, and as a legal intern for Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A. where she researched issues dealing with cyber security law and e-discovery.