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Meet the ACBA Young Lawyers Division Executive Board
The ACBA Young Lawyers Division Executive Board is made up of four Officers - Chair, Chair-Elect, Secretary, and Parliamentarian. Officers are elected each year at a general meeting of the YLD membership. The Board oversees all aspects of the YLD, and it works closely with the Atlantic County Bar Association Officers & Trustees in planning and hosting events.
Inna Pokrovnichka, Esq.
Inna is Assistant County Counsel for Atlantic County. Prior to joining the County, Inna was an associate attorney at the Law Offices of Benjamin Podolnick in Linwood. Inna earned her B.A. in Political Science with a Pre-Law Concentration from Stockton University, and immediately thereafter attended law school at Rutgers School of Law–Camden. Upon graduating from law school, Inna served as a judicial law clerk in the Atlantic County Superior Court, Law Division. Following her clerkship Inna became a contract attorney with the Honorable L. Anthony Gibson’s (ret.) Dispute Resolution practice. Inna joined the YLD because she believes in giving back to those less fortunate and was particularly impressed with the YLD’s focus on underprivileged children in Atlantic County. Through her participation in the YLD Inna ha also built a good relationships with her Atlantic County colleagues. Inna's favorite way to end a long day is with a relaxing walk on the boardwalk.
In her spare time, Inna likes to spend time with her family, bake and travel.
Kasi Gifford, Esq.
Kasi Gifford is an associate attorney in the Education Department at Cooper Levenson. Kasi works with numerous New Jersey school clients. In this role, she guides school board members and school officials through all aspects of education law. Prior to joining Cooper Levenson, Kasi was an associate at the D’Amato Law Firm, where she practiced plaintiff’s personal injury. Kasi clerked for the Honorable James P. Savio, J.S.C. She graduated from the University of Delaware with a B.A. in Political Science and a minor in Psychology. Kasi received her J.D. from Widener University Delaware Law School in 2015. Kasi joined the ACBA and YLD because she is a life-long resident of Atlantic County, and she plans to continue to practice in Atlantic County. Growing up in Atlantic County, Kasi has seen firsthand the obstacles our county has faced. Kasi strives to strengthen and give back to the county she has always, and will always call home.
On a personal note, Kasi is a die-hard Eagles fan, loves the beach, and is dog mom to Savannah and Ginger Snap. Kasi is proud to be part of the YLD’s all-female 2019-2020 Executive Board.
Camille McKnight, Esq
Camille is currently an associate at Cooper Levinson. Prior to joining Cooper Levinson, Camille was a family law clerk for the Honorable Susan F. Maven, J.S.C. Born and raised in NJ, Camille attended West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional High School South Campus in Princeton Junction, New Jersey. Camille went on to attend Syracuse University majoring in political science, and law school at Rutgers Law School in Camden. While in law school, Camille was a teaching fellow with the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project, co-winner of the 2016-2016 Honorable James Hunter III Moot Court Competition. Camille was also involved in various other groups including the Minority Students MentoringProgram. Camille became involved with YLD because of her passion for community service and desire to build relationships with her peers and other attorneys in Atlantic County.
Amanda Moscillo, Esq
Amanda is currently an associate at the Law Office of Richard King Jr. in Somers Point, NJ. Prior to joining the Law Office of Richard King, Amanda served as the judicial law clerk for the Honorable Julio Mendez, who is the Assignment Judge of the Atlantic and Cape May Vicinage. Amanda attended Rutgers University where she received her Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice in 2014. She then received her Juris Doctor degree from Rutgers University School of Law-Camden in 2018. Amanda is a local resident and currently lives in Absecon with her dog, Scarlet.