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Daniel Agatino


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Admitted Jurisdictions

New Jersey

Biography

Attorney Daniel Agatino works on the firm's criminal defense team and is available for consultation in the Hopatcong, Newton, or Hamburg offices.

Educational Background

  • Ph. D., Rutgers University School of Communication, Information and Library Studies, New Brunswick, NJ 2002
  • Juris Doctorate, Rutgers University School of Law, Newark, NJ 1999
  • M.A. Communication, William Paterson University, 1995

Career History

  • Assistant Professor, College of Saint Elizabeth, 2000–Present
  • Adjunct Professor of Law, Seton Hall University School of Law, 2007-Present
  • Law Office of Patricia Colligan, P.C., 2001-2008
  • Law Office of H. Scott Aalsberg, P.C., 2000-2001

Professional Accomplishments

  • Admitted to practice, State of New Jersey
  • Certified in Alternative Dispute Resolution, by Rutgers University School of Continuing Education
  • Regular guest commentator on TruTV's program, The Best Defense
  • Contributing Author in: How to Achieve a Heaven on Earth. John Wade II, Donald Frampton,  Right Honorable Charles "Tony" Blair, and then President-Elect Barack Obama  (Paperback - Jan. 11, 2010)
  • Author of: Teaching with Multimedia Pedagogy in the Webshpere, Volume 1, O'Connell, (Editor); Agatino, Daniel & Koski (co-authors) Copyright Theft in the Multimedia Classroom (Chapter 3), Hampton Press. NJ 2008 (Expected Publication Date).
  • Author of: Whistleblowing. Encyclopedia of Law Enforcement, Sullivan, Larry E., ed 3 vols. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, 2005.

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

  • New Jersey

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