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Karin M. Wood, Esquire

95 South Broadway
Pennsville, NJ 08070

P: 856.376.3841
F: 856.376.3864


Karin M. Wood is a life-long resident of Salem County.

For over twenty years, Ms.Wood has practiced law in Pennsville, New Jersey, specializing in a wide array of practice areas, personal injury and workers’ compensation claims.

In April 2016, Karin opened her own solo law practice in Pennsville, New Jersey where she prides herself on handling all types of matters for her individual, business and public entity clients.

She also currently serves as County Counsel for the County of Salem and the Solicitor for the Salem County Board of Social Services. She is also the Prosecutor in East Greenwich Township, and Woolwich Township. Additionally, she represents many local small businesses and non-profit entities, including the ARC of Salem County and Ranch Hope.

Karin-M-super-lawyerKarin is a Past President of the Salem County Bar Association and a member of the New Jersey Association for Justice. She is currently the Salem County Chair of the Vicinage 15 Classroom to Courtroom Program and is a coach/mentor for the Pennsville High School Mock Trial Competition Team. She was a Super Lawyer Selection in 2019-2023 and from 2013 through 2018 she was selected to the New Jersey Super Lawyers Rising Stars list in recognition of her expertise as a Workers’ Compensation Attorney.

Jessica L. Sparks is an associate, who focuses on Landlord Tenant Law and Family Law. Jessica first joined The Law Office of Karin M. Wood, in 2016 as a secretary, then transitioned to a legal Assistant once she began law school in 2019. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and History from Widener University in 2016. In 2022 she received a Juris Doctor from Delaware Widener University School of Law.

Samantha Swilley began her work at The Law Office of Karin Wood after a lifelong interest in the justice system. After graduating from Woodstown High School in 2014, Samantha went on to further her education at Rider University in Lawrenceville, New Jersey. There she studied Criminal Justice and Social Work. In her fourth year, she interned with the Department of Corrections and worked closely with their analytical team within the state prisons. After college, Samantha moved back to Salem County to raise her two kids and pursue a career in the legal field.