As an experienced advocate for her clients, Eve maintains her own caseload, which she actively manages throughout all aspects of litigation. She has insight and experience into how a case is built, and drafts pleadings, deposes witnesses, argues motions, and tries cases.
Eve concentrates her practice on various litigation matters, including labor and employment and personal injury law. She appears regularly before the Pennsylvania and Philadelphia Commissions on Human Relations and the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights representing victims of employment discrimination and retaliation. Eve also counsels local labor unions and handles their members’ grievances, arbitrations, and contract disputes. She also has significant experience handling arbitrations and mediations for her personal injury clients.
Eve spends her free time running her local neighborhood civic association and teaching ballet to teens and adults in the area.
Eve graduated from Temple Law School with honors and served as law clerk to the Hon. Ronald E. Bookbinder, A.J.S.C. in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Burlington County prior to joining Folkman Law Offices in 2015.
Honors & Awards
- South Jersey Awesome Attorneys, 2016–2017
- SJ Magazine Top Attorneys, 2017–2018
- Barrister’s Award for Trial Advocacy at Temple University
- Rubin Public Interest Scholar
Presentations & Seminars
- Boardwalk Seminar 2019: Employment Law and the LGBTQ Community
- Burlington County Bar Association: Gender Identity and the Law (2018)
- Boardwalk Seminar 2018: The Importance of Case Selection for Plaintiffs’ Personal Injury Claims
- The Fall of DOMA and a Call for Consistency in Rational Basis Jurisprudence: Massachusetts v. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and Windsor v. United States, 23 Temp. Pol. & Civ. Rts. L. Rev. 521 , Spring, 2014