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Donna Manzo- Office Manager

Ms. Manzo serves as the office manager for The Vigilante Law Firm, a position she has held for over ten years. Ms. Manzo serves as the communication liaison between the firm’s attorneys and clients. Her duties include drafting correspondence, maintaining the firm’s appointment and trial calendars, and working with judges and opposing counsel to ensure that all trial, deposition, and mediation matters are arranged properly. Additionally, Ms. Manzo ensures that the staff operates with accurate and up-to-date information. Ms. Manzo works closely with our staff and clients to ensure that we are responsive to our clients’ needs. Ms. Manzo resides in Mullica Hill with her four children and husband.

 

Sarah Wachter- Paralegal

Sarah Wachter is the Paralegal for The Vigilante Law Firm. Ms. Wachter joined our firm in February of 2020 while pursuing her Paralegal Degree from Rowan College of South Jersey where she graduated with honors, as a member of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honors Society, and as a member of the Lambda Epison Chi (LEX) National Paralegal Honor Society.

Along with drafting, finalizing and filing documents with the Courts, she also communicates with our clients assuring they are up to date with their open matters within our firm.

Ms. Wachter has spent the majority of her life in Burlington County and continues to reside there.

 

Alexander Ross- Director of Communications

Alexander Ross is a graduate of Widener University with a B.A. in Communications with honors. Prior to attending Widener, Alexnder graduated from Valley Forge Military College with a degree in Humanities, where he was awarded its highest honor upon graduation, the Order of Anthony Wayne for Distinguished Service.

Alex handles communications with and intake processes for all potential new clients and manages the firm’s social media accounts.

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