Kara A. Pullman
Kara's practice is devoted to the defense of employers in employment-related claims involving allegations of discrimination based upon age, gender, race, sexual orientation and disability, as well as retaliation and "whistle blowing". Kara is experienced in the areas of municipal liability and civil rights and has represented municipal and county governments including police departments, police officers, and school boards in cases relating to civil rights and discrimination based upon race, gender, and age discrimination and lawsuits filed under the IDEA and CEPA in both the federal and state courts. Kara also has experience handling special education matters for school districts, including administrative and due process hearings involving IDEA claims.
In 1994 Kara graduated from St. Joseph's University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations. After receiving her undergraduate degree, Kara worked as admissions and program coordinator for the Harvard Business School Executive Education Program. She subsequently went on to receive her juris doctor from the Rutgers School of Law - Camden in 2002. While attending Rutgers, Kara was the Associate New Developments editor for the Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion.
Kara served as a law clerk to The Honorable William J. Cook, J.S.C., Camden County.
Kara is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and the U.S. District Court of New Jersey. She is a member of the Camden County Bar Association.
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