Omar K. Qadeer, Esq.

Attorney-at-Law

Attorney-at-Law

Omar K. Qadeer, Esq. is admitted to the New Jersey and New York Bars.  Mr. Qadeer practices in a wide range of areas, including  family law (divorce, child custody, child support), immigration, civil litigation, business law, municipal law and criminal defense.  Mr. Qadeer earned his J.D. from Roger Williams University School of Law, where he gained experience as a student attorney in the school’s Community Justice Law Clinic, working on child support, child custody and divorce cases.  Within his first year working with a busy New Jersey firm, Mr. Qadeer had made approximately 200 court appearances in his areas of practice.  While the number of appearances has increased over time, Mr. Qadeer still offers the same level of professionalism and care that his clients appreciate.

Through his law school career, Mr. Qadeer also worked as an intern for the Office of the Executive Counsel for the Governor of Rhode Island and part-timed as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Judge Stephen P. Erickson of the Federal District Court in Newport, Rhode Island.  Mr. Qadeer also interned at Rhode Island Legal Services, where he gained experience in a number of different fields, from consumer/bankruptcy law to family and tax law.  Before coming to New Jersey, Mr. Qadeer worked as a legal intern and law clerk in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, respectively.

In addition to his law degree and various experiences, Mr. Qadeer also has a Masters in Criminal Justice (MS) from Roger Williams University and a Masters in Psychology (MA) from the University at Buffalo.  Mr. Qadeer completed his undergraduate education from the University at Buffalo in Psychology and graduated with distinction, being awarded high departmental honors for his work in the Department of Psychology’s Honors Program.

Mr. Qadeer continues to work towards looking out for the best interests of the firm’s clients.

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BAR ADMISSIONS

· New Jersey, 2009
· New York, 2011

EDUCATION

· Roger Williams University School of Law (December 2008)
o Juris Doctor (JD)
o Community Justice Clinic (Summer and Fall)
o Externship with Executive Counsel for the Governor of Rhode Island

· Roger Williams University – Department of Justice Studies (2008)
o Masters (MS) in Criminal Justice Studies
o Presenter at the 2006 NEACJS (Northeastern Association of Criminal Justice Sciences) Conference
(Presented analysis of data involving police officers’ decision-making processes in classifying criminal incidents)

· University at Buffalo (SUNY) (2004)
o Masters (MA) in Psychology
o Focus on Cognitive Sciences

· University at Buffalo (SUNY) (2000)
o Bachelors (BS) in Psychology
o Awarded High Honors through Department Honors Program for Original Thesis

2 Responses to Omar K. Qadeer, Esq.

  1. Lynden Wright says:

    Great lawyer,hard to catch at times but quite a worker so guess he’s a busy man . I had no problem with him

  2. Rob says:

    Great service, Omar did a great job for me a while back.

    I used Mr. Qadeer’s office because I live down south and needed representation for a divorce matter in New Jersey. The divorce was filed by my ex-wife that lives in New Jersey, and she tried get a default divorce against me! Mr. Qadeer was successful in preventing the default from going through and represented me until I was divorced. Omar was understanding of my situation and provided me updates and copies through e-mail. Omar came recommended by my aunt who lives in New Jersey and she had good things to say about him. Mr. Qadeer did not disappoint. He understood my case and he did a great job; I was very happy with his services.

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