From a young age, when I was asked what I wanted to be when I grew up, my unwavering answer was “a lawyer.” It seems that I knew then what I have confirmed now: I thoroughly enjoy working closely with clients to craft creative solutions that help them achieve their unique goals. I truly believe that positive outcomes can be achieved through vision, hard work, and dedication.
Ms. Frost focuses her practice in commercial litigation, assisting in the firm's representation of clients in a variety of matters. Her experience includes researching complex legal issues, assisting with the drafting of discovery requests and responses, motions, briefs and other legal documents, and attending depositions and pre-trial conferences.
Ms. Frost has growing experience in the areas of redevelopment, land use, zoning, and real estate development. She assists in the firm's representation of property owners and developers engaged in mixed use, residential, industrial, commercial, office, retail and affordable housing development projects. Her work includes providing research support related to land use planning and approvals, permits, variances and representation before municipal, county and state planning and zoning boards and agencies.
- Ms. Frost serves as a mentor in Seton Hall University's Women in Business Organization, providing professional guidance to female business students through her participation in various workshops, panels, and mentorship activities
More Activities & Experience
- Ms. Frost was a law clerk and a summer associate at the firm prior to joining the Litigation Department as an associate. Her experience also includes serving as a legal extern in the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General, serving as a judicial extern for The Hon. Esther Salas, U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey, and serving as an in-house corporate counsel intern at Prudential Financial, Inc.
- While attending law school, Ms. Frost was an active member of the Seton Hall University School of Law community. Her activities included the Leadership Fellows Program; serving as Student Bar Association Executive Board Secretary; Fellowship in the Institute for Privacy Protection; membership in the Rodino Society, St. Thomas More Society, and Corporate Law Society; and serving as a teaching assistant to Paula Franzese, Peter W. Rodino Professor of Law at Seton Hall Law.
- As an undergraduate student, Ms. Frost was her class Valedictorian, was a member of several honor societies, and was the receipient of numerous academic merit scholarship awards.
Publications & Alerts
- Author, The New Jersey Economic Recovery Act of 2020: An Overview of the New Jersey Historic Property Reinvestment ProgramGreenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP Client Alert, March 8, 2021
- Author, Pews, Sidelines, and Locker Rooms: Moment of Silence Policy is the “Hail Mary” to Achieve Constitutionality of Prayer in Public-School Athletic ContestsRutgers Journal of Law & Religion, Vol. 21, Pt. 1 (2021)
Seton Hall University School of Law, J.D., 2020
Seton Hall University, B.S., summa cum laude, 2017
- New Jersey, 2020