Jhanice V. Domingo, Esq. Recognized As 2021 Women Worth Watching® By Profiles In Diversity Journal®June 21, 2021
Einhorn, Barbarito, Frost & Botwinick, PC, is pleased to announce that partner Jhanice V. Domingo has been named by Profiles in Diversity Journal as a 2021 Women Worth Watching, an award that represents outstanding examples of leaders who demonstrate talent, courage, persistence, commitment, and generosity of spirit. The Women Worth Watching Award, in its 20th year, honored 104 women for the 2021 award.
Domingo is also a Board Member and the Diversity Chair at Einhorn, Barbarito, Frost & Botwinick, PC, where she focuses her practice on family law and litigation. She handles complex, high-conflict family law cases as well as alternative dispute resolution of simpler family law matters. Formerly an assistant prosecutor in Somerset County, Domingo has nearly 20 years of legal experience, and has earned recognition for her leadership in the Asian Pacific American legal community and within the New Jersey Bar Association.
“We believe that recognizing women leaders in this way will serve to further energize and inspire today’s extraordinary Award recipients, and the many outstanding women who will become tomorrow’s leaders,” said Profiles in Diversity Journal Publisher James Rector. “Each Woman Worth Watching, whose abilities, commitment, and achievements will be featured in Profiles in Diversity Journal’s summer issue, will share her particular experiences, opinions, and words of advice with our readers, many of whom may become tomorrow’s Women Worth Watching.”
Domingo is a Past President of the National Filipino American Lawyers Association (NFALA). She is a Past President of the Asian Pacific American Lawyers Association of New Jersey (APALA-NJ) and currently chairs APALA-NJ’s Judicial & Prosecutorial Appointments Committee, working closely with New Jersey’s elected officials to identify highly qualified diverse candidates for nomination and appointment to the New Jersey State and Federal Judiciary.
In addition, Domingo is Vice President of the Legal Section of the Philippine American Chamber of Commerce and a member of the Korean American Family Service Center, which recently appointed her as counsel of its pro bono legal clinic in Bergen County.
She also has served on the New Jersey State Bar Association’s (NJSBA) Diversity Committee. She is also a member of NJSBA’s Family Law Executive Committee and serves on the New Jersey Supreme Court Family Practice Committee and its Domestic Violence Working Group, which considers family/domestic violence court procedures and recommends amendments to the Rules of Court to clarify and improve the procedures in the family/domestic violence courts.
The 2021 Women Worth Watching edition of Profiles in Diversity Journal will be available for viewing online in August.