Camden, N.J. – On September 7th, a new Assistant Prosecutor was sworn-in by Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer.

Taylor Grady joins the CCPO after clerking for the Honorable Francisco Dominguez, J.S.C. this past year in Camden County’s Family Division, where she prepared memorandums and case summaries for the Judge.

Taylor earned her B.A. in Political Science from Rutgers University in 2017.  She then went on to attend Rutgers Law School, where she was awarded a Merit Scholarship.  During law school, Taylor was the Managing Editor of the Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion and she volunteered with the Domestic Violence Project in Camden.

Taylor also gained valuable experience through internships with the Office of U.S. Senator Bob Menendez, the Office of Congressman Donald Norcross, and the Office of N.J. Attorney General, Division of Law.

“We are proud to welcome Taylor to join the ranks of our dedicated team of APs here at the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office,” said Acting Prosecutor Mayer. “Her passion for public service is evident.  She brings strong advocacy skills with her – both written and oral.  We know she will excel in her new role.”

Taylor is currently assigned to the Grand Jury Unit.

(From left to right) Acting Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer, new Assistant Prosecutor Taylor Grady and Acting First Assistant Prosecutor Mary Ellen Murphy.