Mr. Nwaopara obtained
his juris doctor degree from the
Appalachian School of Law
Prior to law school, he worked as a Software Engineer designing computer systems in the information technology industry.
He received his masters degree in computer science (software engineering track) from
Marymount University in Virginia.
During law school, he was a Patent Examiner Extern for the
United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) and subsequently, the Judicial Intern for Judge K. Nicole Mitchell
United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas. He founded his law school's
Patent Law Association and was a board member on the law school's Information Services and Technology Committee.
He served both as a Staff Editor and as a Senior Editor of the Law Review and was awarded the
"Most Valuable Editor."
His interest in striking a balance between a clean environment and harnessing our natural resources,
prompted him to publish: Chemical Spills in Our Waterways: An Urgent Need for Strict
Regulations (May, 2015); The Dark Side of the Coal Industry on Seafood:
What We Must Do Now (May, 2018);
Chemical and Coal Industries: Agents of Death (Coming in 2022 - In peer review).
Mr. Nwaopara is licensed to practice law in all the courts in
New Jersey and in
the United States District
Court for the District of New Jersey.
Areas of practice include
criminal defense, banking and commercial litigation, real estate (residential and commercial),
civil disputes (contracts and family law),
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