Law firm hires new marketing assistant

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  • Gabriella Costantini

Laddey, Clark & Ryan, a 15-attorney law firm in Sparta New Jersey recently welcomed Gabriella Costantini as the firm’s new Marketing Assistant. Gabriella will be responsible for supporting the firm in their marketing, events, business development and administrative efforts.

As a recent graduate of William Paterson University, Gabriella comes to Laddey, Clark & Ryan after completing two internships and was an active member of the national sorority, Phi Sigma Sigma. Gabriella graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Business Marketing. Most recently, she interned with Hello Products, LLC assisting the marketing and public relations team with the execution of social media campaigns and the expansion of their consumer outreach.

“I am eager to start my first full-time position with Laddey, Clark & Ryan,” states Gabriella. “I look forward to having the opportunity to work with the successful professionals at the firm and help push the marketing efforts forward.”

“We believe Gabriella will be a valuable contributor to our firm, and we are very excited to welcome someone with her energy and enthusiasm,” says Robbin Dolan, Laddey, Clark & Ryan’s Executive Director.

Laddey, Clark & Ryan’s Managing Partner Tom Ryan stated, "Our people have always been one of the strengths of our firm. We are thrilled to welcome Gabriella to the team and look forward to her contributions.”

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