Russell Uliase focuses his practice on federal workers’ compensation claims, exclusively advocating for federal workers who have been injured on the job. As the newest addition to the Uliase Law team, his prior experience in personal injury and civil litigation in addition to his workers’ compensation knowledge brings to the table a unique perspective.
Mr. Uliase is committed to connecting with clients and thoroughly communicating with them throughout the legal process. His persuasive talent at hearings, combined with outstanding legal writing and medical knowledge, ensures clients’ voices are always heard loud and clear.
Education and Professional Experience
Russell graduated from Widener University School of Law with a rank of 34 out of 198 students in his class. Mr. Uliase served as the Associate Editor of the Widener Law Review, where he performed semi-final edits to articles on emerging legal issues written by professionals in the field of law. He earned his Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Loyola University Maryland.
While in law school, Mr. Uliase served as an intern to the Honorable Patricia Richmond, J.S.C. of the New Jersey Superior Court Burlington Vicinage. Russell also worked as a legal assistant at Uliase & Uliase, P.C. before obtaining his J.D. After graduating from Widener, he served as a clerk to the Honorable Eugene J. McCaffrey, J.S.C., P.J.Cv. of the New Jersey Superior Court in Gloucester County. He is licensed to practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Prior to joining Uliase Law, Russell was an associate at Weir & Partners, LLC, focusing his practice primarily on civil litigation. He also represented clients in lawsuits involving criminal defense, municipal law, land use, employment law, commercial law, bankruptcy, and more.
Commitment to Helping Federal Workers
Russell works with the team at Uliase Law to support every aspect of a client’s federal workers’ compensation claim. He ensures clients are well informed when legal issues arise, including termination, denial, return to work, schedule awards, and overpayments. This attention to detail ensures clients make informed decisions as they plan the next steps after their injury.
• New Jersey
• Juris Doctorate, Widener University School of Law
• Bachelor of Business Administration Degree, Loyola University Maryland