Jennifer McAndrew Vuotto is a founding partner of the firm. She is an experienced litigator who focuses her practice on the prosecution of professional liability claims, personal injury, insurance coverage issues, and criminal defense in Superior and Municipal Court.

Jennifer began her legal career as a Law Clerk to the Honorable John J. Harper, J.S.C. (retired). Following her clerkship, she joined the firm of McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter, where she handled numerous personal injury and general liability defense matters, including automobile accidents, construction defect litigation, and PIP claims. She also handled criminal defense matters involving motor vehicle charges, DUI, domestic violence, and contempt matters in Superior Court. In 2011, Jennifer joined her law practice with the practice of her father, Robert W. McAndrew, and expanded her focus areas to include the prosecution of legal malpractice claims.

Jennifer is a leader in the Bar, previously serving as the President of the Morris County Bar Association and Foundation. She also served as the Young Lawyer Chair, Women Lawyers Chair, and Trustee (2005 to 2012). She is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association Board of Trustees, serving as the current representative for Morris County. In these various roles, she is responsible for numerous CLE presentations and community outreach programs.

Notably, Jennifer established the bi-yearly Veterans Assistance Clinic held in conjunction with Morris County, which provides legal and whole health services for veterans in need. She also chaired the Bikes for Kids Program, which provided new bicycles to 180 economically disadvantaged children in the Morris School District, and for which she was honored by the Morris Township Council in 2016.

As President of the Morris County Bar Association, Jennifer founded the Morris-Sussex Reduced Fee Referral Program and serves as its current chairperson. The RFP is in its fourth successful year and serves as an outreach assistance program which matches volunteer lawyers with litigants who cannot meaningfully afford counsel but who do not qualify for Legal Services. Jennifer’s work with the Reduced Fee Program has been modeled in counties throughout the state. Additionally, she has served as a moderator and panelist for numerous CLES on ethical considerations, trial practice and procedure, advice and training for young attorneys, and issues involving women in the practice of law.

  • Seton Hall Law School, J.D., 2003
  • The Catholic University of America, B.A. in Politics, 2001
Bar and Court Admissions
  • State of New Jersey
  • United State District Court for the District of New Jersey
Professional Activities
  • Morris County Bar Association
    President, 2018
    Morris County Bar Foundation President 2016
    Young Lawyers, Former Chair
    Women Lawyers, Former Chair
    Trustee, 2005 – 2012
  • Sussex County Bar Association
  • New Jersey State Bar Association
    Board of Trustees, Morris County Rep, 2022 – present