Rawan T. Hmoud, Partner
Partner | Roseland, NJ
Rawan Hmoud, Esq. zealously represents her clients while tending to each client's individual needs. She prides herself in providing compassionate representation to all of her clients.
Rawan is a member of the New Jersey Bar. She is also admitted to the New York State Bar and the United States District Court, District of New Jersey. She became an associate of the law firm of Weinstein Snyder Lindemann Sarno in September 2008, until the opening of Snyder Sarno D'Aniello Maceri da Costa LLC, LLC in September of 2009, where her time was and continues to be devoted exclusively to matrimonial law-related cases.
Rawan served as a judicial law clerk to the lead dissolution judge, the Honorable James B. Convery, J.S.C. (retired), of Essex County, from September 2007 through August 2008. She received her Juris Doctorate from Seton Hall University School of Law in 2007, where she interned at the Seton Hall Center for Social Justice, Family Law Clinic, representing low-income clients in matters of dissolving marriages, equitable distribution, child custody, child support and spousal support. Rawan received her bachelor's degree in Political Science with highest honors from Rutgers University in 2004.
She is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association, the Essex County Bar Association, the Essex County Barry I. Croland Family Law Inns of Court and is a certified mediator for the State of New Jersey. Rawan is also a member of the District Ethics Committee (District XIII).
Rawan has been included in the New Jersey Super Lawyers Rising Star list published by Thomson Reuters every year consecutively since 2012 and just recently for 2015. Ms. Hmoud has also been awarded the Top Ten Family Law Attorney Award (under the age of 40) by the National Academy of Family Law Attorneys, Inc for 2014 and 2015.
Rawan is also dedicated to providing pro bono legal services to victims of domestic abuse in collaboration with the Partners for Women and Justice Center.