Maryjean Ellis

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Law Office of Maryjean Ellis, LLC

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New Jersey

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Maryjean Ellis graduated from Seton Hall University School of Law, Newark, New Jersey, in 1996. She is licensed to practice in New Jersey state courts, the Federal District Court of New Jersey, and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals.

Maryjean practiced in a variety of settings before 2005, when she established her law office in Northern New Jersey to represent individuals who are unable to work due to illness or injury. She focuses on Social Security Disability/SSI and New Jersey Workers’ Compensation law.

Maryjean is a Sustaining Member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives (NOSSCR). She participated in the Justice James Coleman Workers’ Compensation Inn of Court and the Arthur T. Vanderbilt Inn of Court. She is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association and the Sussex County Bar Association, where she presented continuing legal education on Public Disability Benefits.

She has offered educational programs concerning Social Security Disability/SSI to the Scleroderma Foundation support group, St. Clare’s Health System Intensive Family Support Services, and the Fibromyalgia/Chronic Pain Support Group of Sussex County. Maryjean was appointed to the Sussex County (New Jersey) Mental Health & Substance Use Board, which provides public leadership to the county in the development of mental health and substance use resources.

Maryjean is passionate about advocating on behalf of individuals who are hurting, financially struggling, and in need of medical treatment and other services. She strives to provide Lawline members with the law and practical strategies needed to support the disabled in their communities.  

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  • New Jersey

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