New Hires: Christian Baillie, James Foxen, Kyle Vellutato

September 30, 2012

M&W is pleased to announce the hiring of Christian Baillie, James Foxen and Kyle Vellutato to the firm.

Christian R. Baillie graduated magna cum laude with a law degree from the Rutgers School of Law in 2011.  He graduated summa cum laude with a BA from Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences in 2008.  He was admitted to the New Jersey, New Jersey Federal and New York bars in 2012.  Mr. Baillie joined Methfessel & Werbel in 2012 after completing a judicial clerkship with the Honorable Paul A. Kapalko, civil judge of the Superior Court of Monmouth County. Mr. Baillie was responsible for conducting research and drafting legal memorandums as well as dealing with a high volume of attorneys and litigants. Mr. Baillie also served as a court-trained mediator assisting parties in the settlement of small claims cases.  [MORE] (September 2012)

 James H. Foxen graduated cum laude from Rutgers-Camden University School of Lawin 2011.  He graduated cum laude from La Salle University in 2008.  He was admitted to the New Jersey and Pennsylvania Bars in 2012.  James H. Foxen joined Methfessel &Werbel in 2012 following a clerkship with the Honorable Alvaro L. Iglesias in the Hudson Vicinage of the Superior Court of New Jersey. Mr. Foxen’s primary responsibility was reviewing motions and making recommendations to the judge regarding final disposition. While serving his clerkship, Mr. Foxen wrote legal opinions disposing of complex criminal matters and assisted in rulings on matters including criminal law, family law, and evidentiary issues. [MORE] (September 2012)

Kyle Vellutatograduated from Rutgers School of Law in 2001 and earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Princeton University in 2007.  He was admitted into the New Jersey and Pennsylvania bars in 2001.  Kyle Vellutato joined Methfessel & Werbel in 2012 after completing a judicial clerkship for the Honorable William E. Nugent, J.A.D.  During his clerkship, Mr. Vellutato prepared memoranda on a variety of civil and criminal appeals, and played an integral role in preparing opinions for filing.  (September 2012)