Christine Gargiulo was born and raised in New Jersey. She went to the College of New Jersey and graduated with a degree in English and a double minor in Philosophy and African American Studies. After college Christine went to law school at Drexel University and focused on employment law in her classes, internships, summer experiences and pro bono work.
After law school, Christine worked for the Honorable Susan L. Claypoole, J.S.C. as a judicial law clerk in the civil division of Burlington County. After Judge Claypoole retired, Christine remained in the civil division and worked for the Honorable Aimee R. Belgard, P.J. Cv., Honorable John E. Harrington, J.S.C. and Honorable Janet Z. Smith, J.S.C. During her tenure at Burlington County, Christine was trained as a court appointed mediator and mediated both smalls claims and landlord tenant cases.
Christine is passionate about protecting employee rights and works for Schorr & Associates in all areas of employment law, including sexual harassment, family and medical leave (“FMLA”), discrimination of all types, retaliation, unemployment, and many other employment-related disputes.
In her free time, Christine likes to bake, cook and travel. She loves cooking Italian food, baking all kinds of desserts and her favorite beach to travel to for the weekend is Ocean City, New Jersey!
- New Jersey, 2020
- Pennsylvania, 2020
- Drexel University. Thomas R Kline School of Law, 2019
- The College of New Jersey, 2016
Professional Associations and Memberships
- Burlington County Bar Association
- Camden County Bar Association