Joseph J. Rogers
►Joseph J. Rogers has helped people in Camden, Gloucester, Burlington, Cumberland, Atlantic and Salem counties with their legal needs since 1996, focusing on consumer bankruptcy law, municipal traffic court, real estate and wills. He is a graduate of Rowan University (B.A.) and The Dickinson School of Law, Carlisle, PA (J.D.). After serving a judicial clerkship, the Washington Township native returned to New Jersey to set up his private practice near family and friends.
Joe has served as Public Defender for Washington Township and Woodbury Heights, and as counsel to the Washington Township library board. Joe spoke at the 2005 Conference of the National Association for Chapter 13 Trustees in Orlando, Florida, and has spoken at various local Continuing Legal Education seminars including the 12th Annual Camden-Burlington Bankruptcy Conference, and on financial management at local high schools.
Joe is a member of the South Jersey Bankruptcy Association, and he volunteers with the Rutgers-Camden School of Law Bankruptcy Clinic. In Joe's spare time, he enjoys hiking and playing with his dog.
When I opened my practice, my father, a roofer for 40 years, told me, "Charge a fair price and work harder than the other guy, and you will do fine." I hope I made him proud.
►Barbara Snavely is an associate attorney in the Rogers firm. Also a South Jersey native, Barbara graduated in 1991 from Rutgers Law School-Camden where she served on the law review and later as Research Editor of the Rutgers Law Journal. After graduation she clerked for the Honorable Marvin Schlosser in Burlington County Superior Court. Barbara earned her undergraduate degree from The Pennsylvania State University where she wrote for Research/Penn State and the award-winning Daily Collegian. Her legal experience includes bankruptcy, real estate, wills and estates, and municipal court.
Barbara participates in the Bankruptcy Inns of Court. She also served three terms on the Board of Directors of a statewide advocacy organization focused on justice in legislation and the needs of New Jersey’s vulnerable populations. She volunteers with Habitat for Humanity of Burlington County and has provided pro bono real estate services for their property acquisition team.
In her spare time, among other pursuits, Barbara is involved in genealogical research and is an active member of Saint Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Hainesport, where has also served on numerous committees and teaches both children’s and adult classes. Click here to set up a consultation with Barbara.