Stephen Anthony Oliwa III grew up in Bergen County, where he has been a resident for most of his life. He earned a J.D. from Rutgers Law School in 2018, after finishing his B.A. degree in Politics at NYU. At Rutgers Law, he was Editor in Chief of the Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion and a standout on the school’s mock trial team. In his final year of law school he represented clients at the Rutgers Civil Practice clinic, a pro bono clinic for low-income clients in the Camden, NJ community.
After graduation, he clerked for two New Jersey Superior Court judges—Hon. Michael Paul Wright, J.S.C. and Hon. Karen L. Suter, J.A.D. During these clerkships, Mr. Oliwa was responsible for supporting the court in a bevy of different legal areas, especially at the appellate level. He joins the Law Offices of Rosemarie Arnold representing clients in their personal injury and employment law matters. He brings a passion for justice supported by his strong writing and oral advocacy skills to each case he works on, achieving successful results for clients.
Stephen is admitted to practice law in the state and federal courts of New Jersey.