Adam J. Ortlieb
Adam Ortlieb joined Dughi, Hewit & Domalewski in April 2019, where his practice focuses on medical malpractice matters representing physicians and other health care providers.
Before joining the firm, Mr. Ortlieb worked at another medical malpractice defense firm. Mr. Ortlieb also served a law clerk to the Honorable Joseph P. Quinn, P.J.Cv., Presiding Civil Judge in the Law Division, Monmouth County. He is admitted to practice in New Jersey.
Mr. Ortlieb served as the Associate Managing Editor of the Rutgers University Law Review and as a Board Member of the Intramural Mock Trial Team. His law review note Mandatory Victim Restitution Act: A Replacement for Victims’ Intentional Tort Claims for Violent Crimes in New Jersey was published in Volume 69 of the Rutgers University Law Review, 69 Rutgers U. Law Rev. 385 (2016). He also served as a student leader of the Rutgers Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program on campus where he helped prepare personal income tax returns for local, low-income residents in Camden, New Jersey. He received a Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude from Temple University in Philadelphia with dual majors in Psychology and History. He graduated from the Temple Honors Program and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He was also a member of the Temple University Mock Trial Team.
- J.D., 2017 magna cum laude
Rutgers University Law School
Camden, New Jersey
- B.A., 2013 magna cum laude