Mr. Crane spent the year as the Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable Paul X. Escandon, Judge of the New Jersey Superior Court, Presiding Judge – Special Civil Part, Monmouth County.
In 2015, he graduated Cum laude from Touro Law Center, and was highly involved with Touro’s Jewish Law Student Association, Unemployment Action Center, Trial Advocacy and Practice Society, Honor’s Program, and Moot Court Honors Board.
Mr. Crane is also the recipient of the Award for Exemplary Contributions to the Quality of Student Life, two Dean’s List awards, a David Berg Fellowship, and a Public Interest Law Fellowship, and is a four-time recipient of the CALI Award for Academic Excellence, given to the student with the highest scores in a particular class. Prior to attending law school, received his Bachelors of Arts from Rutgers University in 2011.
During his tenure at Touro, Mr. Crane was a Law Assistant with the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, and was an intern with the New York State Office of the Attorney General, United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York, Suffolk County Attorney’s Office, and with the Chambers of the Honorable Mark D. Cohen, Acting Justice of the New York State Supreme Court.
Mr. Crane is a long-time resident of Oakhurst, NJ. Prior to attending college, in 2007, Mr. Crane graduated from Hillel Yeshiva High School where he continues to volunteer with the high school’s law class and mock trial team. He is also formerly Hillel High School’s Assistant Soccer Coach and hopes that, as an attorney, he may continue to serve the communities he has proudly called home for over two-decades.