Location: New Jersey
Fax: (201) 997-7150
Jacqueline Rosa is a champion of those who have been injured — particularly those in car accidents, construction and trucking crashes. Through her advocacy, she has secured millions of dollars in verdicts and settlement for her clients.
She is recognized amongst her peers as a fierce advocate for her clients and at 32 years old she became the youngest female ever to be Certified as a Civil Trial Attorney by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.
Gaining recognition in the legal community, Jacqueline is on the Board of Governors for the New Jersey Association for Justice. She is also a member of AAJ (American Association for Justice), and both the Bergen and Hudson County Bar Associations. She has also served in other leadership capacities including as Program Chair of the annual Meadowlands and Boardwalk conferences and has lectured on a variety of litigation topics.
In the course of her career, Jacqueline has been given several prestigious awards. She has been named a Rising Star each year since 2017, an award that recognizes outstanding lawyers under the age of 40. Additionally, she has secured one of the top 100 settlements/verdicts in New Jersey every year since 2018.
A lifelong Bergen County resident, Jacqueline graduated from St. Thomas Aquinas College and then earned her Juris Doctor from Rutgers University. She clerked for now Federal Judge Brian R. Martinotti, in the Bergen County Superior Court. Once she completed her clerkship, she worked as in-house counsel for Liberty Mutual Insurance Company. After several years of defense work, Jacqueline joined plaintiffs’ personal injury trial firm Jae Lee Law in Fort Lee, NJ. Thereafter, she was a Partner at Seigel Law in Ridgewood, NJ. She joined Brady Reilly & Cardoso in early 2020 as counsel to the firm.
In addition to her legal practice, Jacqueline is a fitness enthusiast and can be found on the golf course every weekend. She loves animals and adopted a rescue dog, Finn, who is now the official Brady Reilly & Cardoso mascot.