Sheldon Bross, Esq. was born and raised in Newark, N.J. He graduated from Weequahic High School, Newark Rutgers and Newark Rutgers Law School where he is presently an Adjunct Professor teaching Civil Trial Practice. Bross has been an attorney practicing in Newark throughout his legal career and has been active in many Newark Civil and Governmental activities. He spent most of his legal career as a Civil Trial Lawyer and continues to concentrate in that area of law. He was one of the small group of attorneys in New Jersey to first become certified as a Certified Civil Trial Attorney and has been the Plaintiff’s attorney in many leading Personal Injury cases, having obtained many millions of dollars for his clients in verdicts and settlements. Sheldon Bross successfully argued and won Johnson v. Salem, one of the leading machine injury cases in New Jersey before the New Jersey Supreme Court.