Joel Clymer is a Deputy Attorney General at the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General, Department of Law and Public Safety, Division of Law. Mr. Clymer represents agencies in trial and appellate courts in State and federal court systems and in administrative hearings before the Office of Administrative Law. In addition, Mr. Clymer prepares legal memoranda, formal and informal opinions, and provides counsel on transactional issues and rule-making initiatives. Prior to becoming a D.A.G., Mr. Clymer Clerked in the Superior Court of New Jersey for The Honorable M. Christine Allen-Jackson, J.S.C.
Mr. Clymer graduated from Temple University Beasley School of Law in May 2013. During law school he served as President of the Black Law Students Association and was an inaugural recipient of the Archer & Greiner Diversity Scholarship Program. Mr. Clymer also volunteered with Temple Legal Aid, advising and assisting indigent and terminally ill clients in Social Security Disability hearings. Prior to law school Mr. Clymer graduated from Temple University with a BA Philosophy, Summa Cum Laude. Afterwards, he served the West Philadelphia community as an AmeriCorps State and National Volunteer rising through the ranks of the Education Works non-profit organization from entry level volunteer to project coordinator.
Please email any questions you may have to Joel Clymer.