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Rebecca C. Day, Esq.

Rebecca C. Day, Esq. | Divorce Lawyer

Rebecca C. Day, Esq.

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Rebecca Day was born in Seoul, South Korea, and came to the United States at four months old after she was adopted. She grew up in Lacey Township in Ocean County, with her parents and three brothers. She attended Villanova University in Villanova, Pennsylvania, and received her bachelor’s degree in political science and honors. While attending Villanova, she spent her summers working as a law clerk for a solo practitioner who specialized in family and real estate matters.

Rebecca received her law degree, with honors, in 2007 from the Temple University Beasley School of Law located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. During law school, Rebecca served as a staff member of the Temple Law Review and received the Smith & Leibel Family Law Award for her paper entitled “Race, Family, and Transracial Adoption.” Rebecca was selected to participate in Temple’s prestigious Federal Judicial Clerkship Clinical Honors Program. As part of the program, she clerked for the Honorable Diane W. Sigmund, Chief Judge of the United States Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Rebecca also supplemented her law school education by working as a law clerk for the insurance practice group of a large Philadelphia law firm.

After graduating from law school, Rebecca served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Mary Catherine Cuff, a Presiding Judge in the Appellate Division of the Superior Court of New Jersey (now temporarily assigned to the Supreme Court of New Jersey). Each week Rebecca reviewed and researched a different appellate matter, which provided her with valuable insight into the appellate process both procedurally and substantively.
Rebecca joined Ulrichsen Rosen & Freed LLC in the fall 0f 2008, directly after her clerkship ended. She is admitted to practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. While Rebecca’s practice encompasses all areas of family law, she has a special interest in appellate and adoption law. Rebecca has used her appellate expertise to assist several clients succeed in the Appellate Division, including the published decision, J.E.V. v. K.V., 426 N.J. Super. 475 (App. Div. 2012). She also works with the Division of Child Protection and Permanency to finalize the adoptions of children in the foster care system.

Rebecca resides in Camden County, New Jersey, with her husband and new daughter. In addition to spending her free time with her family and friends, Rebecca also volunteers as a Big Sister for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ocean County and was recently named Big Sister of the Year.

Areas of Practice

Family Law
Adoption Law

Bar Admissions

New Jersey
Pennsylvania

Education

Temple University School of Law, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – 2007
Honors: With Honors
Law Review: Temple Law Review, Staff Member

Villanova University
B.A. summa cum laude
Major: Political Science
Major: Honors

Honors & Awards

Rebecca Received the Smith & Leibel Family Law Award for her Paper Entitled “Race, Family, and Transracial Adoption”
Past Employment Positions
Hon. Diane W. Sigmund, Chief Judge of the United States Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Temple’s Federal Judicial Clerkship Program Clerking
Hon. Mary Catherine Cuff, a Presiding Judge in the Superior Court of New Jersey – Appellate Division, Judicial Law Clerk

Past Employment Positions

Hon. Diane W. Sigmund, Chief Judge of the United States Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Temple’s Federal Judicial Clerkship Program Clerking
Hon. Mary Catherine Cuff, a Presiding Judge in the Superior Court of New Jersey – Appellate Division, Judicial Law Clerk