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Linda Mainenti-Walsh, counsel to the law firm of Einhorn, Harris, Ascher, Babarito & Frost, PC, has been asked to serve as co-advisor for the Morris County Law Explorers.

The Morris County Law Explorers is a program chartered by the Morris County Bar Association and the Boy Scouts of America.  The program holds monthly meetings for Morris County High School students interested in the field of law.  As co-attorney advisor, Ms. Mainenti-Walsh organizes and conducts meetings.  She provides guidance and information to the students in an interactive and instructional environment.  The advisors invite colleagues from the legal field, including judges, to join the meetings which are held at the Morris County Courthouse Administrative Building.

Ms. Mainenti-Walsh is counsel to the firm and a member of the Family and Matrimonial Law Department of Einhorn Harris.  Very involved in the legal community, Ms. Mainenti-Walsh serves as Trustee for the Morris County Bar Association, co-chair of the Morris County Bar Association’s Family Law Committee, Secretary of the Morris County Bar Foundation and Trustee of the Women in the Profession Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association.  She is also serving her third two year term as an appointed member of the Supreme Court Committee on Women in the Courts where she serves as chair of the Bar Education Committee.  Her full biography can be found at /attorneys/linda-mainenti-walsh/ .

Einhorn, Harris, Ascher, Barbarito & Frost, P.C. is a comprehensive, full-service law firm devoted to serving a broad range of legal needs in New Jersey since 1961. With more than 50 years of practice, Einhorn Harris, located in Denville, NJ, has developed a reputation for dedication to the community and its people.