National Association of Attorneys General
Supreme Court Fellows Arrive at NAAG for Spring Term
The NAAG Supreme Court Fellows program gives deputy and assistant attorneys general an opportunity for direct and rigorous exposure to the practices of the U.S. Supreme Court. This hands-on experience allows selected attorneys from the Office of the Attorney General to come to Washington, D.C. for several months during the Court’s argument session. During this time, they watch oral arguments, participate in moot courts, prepare an amicus brief in a Supreme Court case, and draft the biweekly Supreme Court Report. The following two fellows are working with NAAG Supreme Court counsel from March through June:
Diane DeWolf is a deputy solicitor general in the Florida Office of the Attorney General. In this position, she represents the state, its officers, and its agencies in appeals of state-wide impact. Before joining the Attorney General’s Office in 2010, she was a staff attorney for Justice Ricky Polston of the Florida Supreme Court. Prior to that position, Diane was a law clerk for Judge Polston with the First District Court of Appeal. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in political science from Stetson University and attended a Florida State University summer program in law at Oxford University. Diane received her J.D. from Florida State University College of Law and graduated cum laude. Outside of the office, Diane serves as a board member and chair for the Communications Committee for Pets Ad Litem, an alliance of advocates and professionals providing a legal voice for animals. In her spare time, Diane enjoys travelling, the outdoors, and participating in various forms of fitness including softball, golf, tennis, and boot camp.
Frank Muroski is a deputy attorney general in the Division of Criminal Justice at the New Jersey Office of Attorney General. In this role, he practices before the New Jersey Supreme Court representing either the state or Attorney General as amicus curiae. Frank has been with the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice since 2001, where he has represented the state before the Appellate Division and in trial court, in addition to writing briefs and supervising and lecturing deputy attorneys general and assistant prosecutors. Last year, Frank received the New Jersey Attorney’s General Award for Excellence in brief writing. Previously, he worked at the Union County Prosecutor’s Office as an assistant prosecutor for almost six years. Prior to joining the Union County Prosecutor’s Office, he was a law clerk for two criminal trial judges at the Superior Court of New Jersey. Frank obtained his bachelor’s degree in accounting from Rutgers University and his J.D. from Rutgers School of Law-Camden. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling and visiting various baseball and football venues.