Jennifer A. Rymarski is an Associate in the Springfield office of Morrison Mahoney, LLP. Her practice areas include: business litigation, corporate transactions, and complex business, employment, and medical malpractice defense litigation. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Rymarski was employed for 10 years at a firm in Springfield where she started as paralegal, advanced to law clerk, and then to associate. Ms. Rymarski also interned at the United States Attorneys Office and Hampden County District Attorneys Office.
She is admitted to the bars of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and State of Connecticut, as well as the United States District Court in both of those states.
Ms. Rymarski is a graduate of Western New England College School of Law (J.D., December 2003); Elms College, Paralegal Program (Certificate, December 1998); and Westfield State College (B.A. Liberal Arts, Minor in Philosophy, May 1993).
Her achievements include being the recipient of the CALI Award for Highest Grade in White Collar Crime, and being named a Rising Star in Super Lawyers/New England Magazine in 2011 and 2012 and one of the Top Women Attorneys in Massachusetts in 2013.
Ms. Rymarski has also served: Elms College as a lecturer teaching Principles of Litigation, Business & Consumer Law, and Legal Studies I; and the Western New England University Center for Business and Entrepreneurship “Mini Law School” as a presenter for Contracts/Sales/Collections and Dispute Resolution.
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