Joseph Ruocco


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Joe is a distinguished professional with a robust academic background and a wealth of experience in the realms of criminology and law.

Joseph Ruocco

Holding a Bachelor of Science in Criminology from The College of New Jersey, he embarked on his professional journey as a Class I Special Police Officer at the esteemed Brick Township Police Department following his graduation. After a commendable year of service, Joe transitioned to a prominent law firm in Princeton, New Jersey. Commencing as a Legal Assistant, he swiftly ascended the ranks, eventually assuming the pivotal role of Legal Department Manager. Demonstrating a keen intellect and dedication to his craft, Joe subsequently pursued advanced legal studies at Rutgers Law School, culminating in the attainment of his Juris Doctor.

During his tenure at Rutgers Law School, Joe exhibited exceptional leadership qualities as a Class Representative for the Corporate Law Society and held the esteemed position of Secretary within the Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law Society. Additionally, he contributed his legal acumen to the community by actively participating in the Civil Justice Clinic, where he represented indigent clients facing eviction in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Post-graduation, Joe embarked on a judicial clerkship under the mentorship of the Hon. Brian C. White J.S.C. at the Ocean County Superior Court. Upon the successful completion of this clerkship, he joined The Flood Law Firm, where he currently serves as a personal injury attorney. 

Beyond his professional pursuits, Joe is an ardent shore-based saltwater fisherman. He is also passionate about supporting his favorite sports teams, the New York Mets and New York Giants.

Bar Admission:

  • New Jersey (2023)
  • Connecticut (2023)


  • Rutgers School of Law
  • The College of New Jersey

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