Carlye Goldstein, Esq., Partner, O’Cathain Law Group

While in law school, Carlye joined the Courtroom Advocates Project, which enabled her to assist victims of domestic violence with obtaining Orders of Protection. Carlye was also chosen to participate in the Seton Hall Law Center for Social Justice, Equal Justice Clinic where she advocated for prisoner’s rights as well as submitted an Amicus Brief to the Supreme Court of New Jersey advocating against the discoverability of immigration status in civil matters.

After graduation from law school, Carlye served as judicial law clerk to the Honorable Daniel R. Lindemann, J.S.C., where she handled Children in Court and post-dissolution cases. Following her clerkship Carlye joined Partners for Women and Justice as their Partner in Hope Fellow. During her fellowship Carlye tirelessly advocated for domestic violence victims in Final Restraining Order hearings, custody and parenting time matters, relocation, and child support cases.

Carlye obtained her Bachelor’s degree at Rider University and her J.D. from Seton Hall School of Law.