Brielle K. Winkler
Brielle is a member of the Casualty Department, handling general liability matters including automobile liability and premises liability.
In 2013, Brielle earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration, with a concentration in Legal Studies,graduating summa cum laude, from Towson University. In May 2016, Brielle earned her juris doctor from Rutgers Law School.
During her time in law school, Brielle was a member of the Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion, where she was a New Developments Associate Editor her first year, followed by a position as the Lead Articles Editor during her final year. Brielle's article "Do Actions Speak Louder than Words?: An Analysis of Conversation Therapy as Protected Speech Versus Unprotected Conduct," was chosen for publication in the Journal's Spring 2015 publication. Brielle was also a 2015 semi-finalist in the Rutgers Law Hunter Moot Court Program as well as a Marshall-Brennan Fellow during the 2014-2015 academic year.
While at Towson University, Brielle was a member of the Honors College, being awarded such distinction upon graduation. She also worked for the University's Housing and Residence Life department as the Community Center Manager of two residence halls during most of her undergraduate career.
Prior to joining Marshall Dennehey, Brielle served as a judicial intern in 2014 for The Honorable Elizabeth T. Hey, United States Magistrate Judge for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Brielle joined Marshall Dennehey as a law clerk in 2015, where she assisted attorneys in trial preparation, as well as significant legal research.
"Defending Snow and Ice Claims in Pennsylvania and New Jersey," Defense Digest, Vol. 24, No. 1, March 2018
"Tis The Season: Defending Snow and Ice Claims in Pennsylvania and New Jersey," Pennsylvania Law Weekly, February 6, 2018
Civil Practice Law Clinic - 2015-2016 - Rutgers Law School