DAG Nonee Lee Wagner is a member of the New Jersey Division of Law’s Transportation, Construction and Condemnation Section since 2001. DAG Wagner has litigated cases in every level of the New Jersey Courts on a wide variety of issues including racial profiling, civil rights, employment, and condemnation. Notably, she successfully litigated the reverse discrimination in public contracting case GEOD v. NJ Transit case in federal court, which generated over a million pages of discovery. She also litigated the Major Tours v. Colorel case, which resulted in several published federal decisions on electronic discovery and evidence. She is a member of the Division of Law’s Electronic Discovery Task Force and has developed and provided extensive training on all aspects of e-discovery. DAG Wagner is a faculty member of the Attorney General’s Advocacy Institute and a 2017 recipient of an Attorney General’s Award for Excellence in Advancing the Department of Law and Public Safety’s Priorities and Initiatives. DAG Wagner is a 2020 recipient of the National Association of Attorneys General Meritorious Service Award. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree with Honors in Religion and History from LaSalle University in Philadelphia, a Master’s Degree in Theological Studies from Harvard University and a J.D. from Temple University Beasley School of Law