2022 Nominations Report of the NJSBA Board of Trustees

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February 3, 2022
For Immediate Release
Contact: Kate Coscarelli
732-937-7548
      
The New Jersey State Bar Association’s Board of Trustees has issued a nominations report listing those candidates nominated for each position (Article VIII, para. 7). All candidates were additionally vetted and reviewed by the Nominating Committee, as per the bylaws. To review the questionnaires candidates submitted, members can click here (login required.)
   
The candidates are: 
   
OFFICERS 
President-Elect: Timothy F. McGoughran 
First Vice President: William H. Mergner Jr. 
Second Vice President: Christine A. Amalfe 
Treasurer: Norberto A. Garcia 
Secretary: G. Glennon Troublefield 
   
COUNTY TRUSTEES 
Bergen County Trustee: David Edelberg* 
Burlington County Trustee: Janice L. Heinold* 
Cumberland County Trustee: Justin R. White* 
Essex County Trustee: G. Glennon Troublefield* 
Gloucester County Trustee: William C. Popjoy III* 
Hudson County Trustee: Brian J. Neary* 
Mercer County Trustee: Michael R. Paglione* 
Morris County Trustee: Jennifer McAndrew Vuotto 
Passaic County Trustee: Jessica Ragno Sprague 
Salem County Trustee: Richard F. Klineburger III* 
Warren County Trustee: Thomas P. Fischer*
   
SECTION/COMMITTEE TRUSTEES 
Christopher J. Keating* (Criminal Law Section) 
Scott R. Malyk* (Immigration Law Section) 
Thomas J. Manzo* (Civil Trial Bar Section) 
   
AT-LARGE TRUSTEES 
Roger Lai* (Asian/Pacific American) 
Joseph Linares* (Hispanic/Latino/a/x) 
Asaad Siddiqi (At-Large, undesignated)
   
YOUNG LAWYERS DIVISION TRUSTEE 
Cory Rothbort
   
NOMINATING COMMITTEE 
Maritza Rodriguez 
Shirley Berger Whitenack
   
ABA DELEGATES 
Thomas H. Prol* 
Jonathan W. Wolfe*
   
*Denotes incumbent
   
If no nominations by petition are received 30 days following circulation of this notice, in accordance with the NJSBA bylaws, the individuals will be considered elected by acclamation. The installation of officers and trustees will take place at the Annual Meeting and Convention in May. To review the petition forms and learn more about the NJSBA’s election procedures, visit here (login required.) 
 

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