Analisa Holmes retired from the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General as Chief of Prosecutors Supervision and Training Bureau. After being in private practice for 4 years, she was a Deputy Attorney General for 26 years serving with the Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control and the Division of Criminal Justice. Ms. Holmes has worked in Appellate, Corruption and Prosecutors Supervision & Training Bureaus and acted as counsel to the Grants & Program Development/State Office of Victim Witness Advocacy section. She appeared in federal Bankruptcy, Third Circuit, and Federal District courts and in New Jersey Superior Court, Criminal and Appellate Divisions, the Supreme Court and Office of Administrative Law. Ms. Holmes graduated from Boston College and Seton Hall Law School, where she was Managing Editor of the Seton Hall Law Review. After law school, Ms. Holmes clerked for New Jersey Supreme Court Justice Daniel J. O’Hern.
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