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My stepfather died in 2002 of lung cancer. Not until some years later did my mother and I learn that he may have been exposed to asbestos. If I had known then what I know now about the legal rights that asbestos exposure victims possess, I might have been able to give my stepfather in his final months and days greater peace of mind. That’s what I strive for in my work today with the asbestos-exposure victims who become my clients. My stepfather is my inspiration for that.
Neidra Wilson joined Weitz & Luxenberg in 2012 as an associate attorney in our Mesothelioma and Asbestos Litigation department. Following a brief departure, she returned to W&L in 2016.
In 2018, Noticed recognized Ms. Wilson as a Distinguished Lawyer. This invitation-only service honors top-rated professionals who have demonstrated exceptional leadership in their industries.
Prior to her association with W&L, Ms. Wilson worked for a New Jersey employment law firm. She earlier volunteered her services in the Office of the Attorney General of New Jersey.
Ms. Wilson has been in practice since 2008. She is a member of the bar in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and is admitted to represent clients before the Eastern Pennsylvania jurisdiction of U.S. District Court.
After completing the juris doctor program at Rutgers University School of Law in 2008, Ms. Wilson spent a year clerking for a New Jersey Superior Court judge, the Hon. Kathryn A. Brock. Ms. Wilson earned recognition for her impressive grades at Rutgers by being named to the dean’s honor list during her final year.
She came to Rutgers by way of The College of William & Mary, where, there too, she distinguished herself academically — in 2002 she was inducted to the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. Ms. Wilson graduated from William & Mary with a bachelor of arts degree in international relations.
Neidra Wilson will be happy to review your case.