Law Offices of Beth C. Rogers, LLC

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Beth Cheryl Rogers, Esq.

Attorney Beth C. Rogers handles employment law matters in New Jersey State and Federal Courts. She is a former Deputy Attorney General for the State of New Jersey, where she represented the State of New Jersey and its agencies in a variety of high profile matters. Together with her team, she fights unfair employment practices as an aggressive employment attorney.

Other Accomplishments

Ms. Rogers is also an adjunct professor of law at Fairleigh Dickinson University where she teaches legal ethics and employment law. Ms. Rogers is also part of an elite group of authors for, an online employment law compliance resource developed by Reed Business Information, in partnership with LexisNexis.

Practice Areas:
• Terminations
• Harassment
• Discrimination
• Retaliation
• Hostile Work Environment
• American With Disabilities Act
• Breach of Contract
Civil Rights
• Contracts
• Employee Benefits
• Employment Contracts
• Human Resources Law
• Labor and Employment
• Sexual Assault
• Sexual Harassment
• Whistleblower Litigation
• Wrongful Termination

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Admission Details

Attorney Rogers is licensed to practice law in the State Courts of New Jersey, the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.


Rutgers University Law School, J.D., 1995 - American Jurisprudence Award and Morris Schenker Memorial Prize Recipient
University of Wisconsin-Madison, B.A., 1992 - Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa


Beth Rogers was inspired by her parents, who were civil rights activists. The Civil Rights Movement was a part of her upbringing, and today her legal practice focuses on this area. She understands that the needs of each client are different, and works to ensure the little guy has a chance to be heard and represented.

Associations & Memberships
• American Bar Association
• New Jersey Bar Association (Member, Labor and Employment Law Section)