Robyn A. Veasey

Robyn A. Veasey is a graduate of Rutgers University School of Law-Newark with an undergraduate degree from Gettysburg College.  She clerked in Hudson County Superior Court before beginning her career in the Public Defender’s office in 2004.  Ms. Veasey was initially assigned to represent parents in the family regulation system known as “child welfare” in Essex County.  In 2011 she became the Deputy Public Defender supervising the Central Trial Region for the Office of Parental Representation (OPR).  At that time Ms. Veasey became the OPR appointee to the Children-in-Court Improvement Committee as part of the Administrative Office of the Courts, Family Division.  In 2012 Ms. Veasey became the Managing Attorney for the Appellate Section of OPR and remained there until her appointment to Assistant Public Defender in 2021.  Ms. Veasey has supervisory responsibility over OPR and Hunterdon, Sussex, and Warren County trial regions.