One Day Only. New Jersey's Top Experts. The Topics You Want to Hear.
Earn 7.2 Credits!
Fall CLEfest - your best opportunity to earn CLE and network with some of the top judges, attorneys and other professionals in the State! This year we've expanded the program to include more credits, more experts and more of the topics you asked for.
Registration is easy – choose either an AM or PM session for only $160, or register for both sessions for only $199. Your tuition includes a networking luncheon from 12:15 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. and the opportunity to visit with exhibitors at the CLEfest Mini Expo. Register today!
Half Day Program Registration - AM or PM Program: $160
(Door registration: $180)
Register for the Full Day & Save! AM & PM Programs: $199
(Door registration: $300)
|NJICLE's FALL CLEfest
Monday, November 20 - Woodbridge Renaissance Hotel, Iselin
|Easy Online Registration! Just click the links below.
AM Sessions (9 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.)
PM Sessions (1:15 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.)
Civil Trial Track
200 Strategies for Civil Trial Attorneys:
Gathered from more than 50 years of collective experience
Featuring: Assemblyman Jon M. Bramnick;
Attorney General Christopher S. Porrino
Join two of New Jersey’s accomplished attorneys for their essential civil trial strategies, tools you
can start using right away. Assemblyman Jon Bramnick, an attorney with over 30 years of
experience as a civil litigator, will be joined by Attorney General Christopher S. Porrino, who will
share their secrets and nearly 200 pointers on a variety of civil trial topics. You’ll walk away with
a new arsenal of tools that you can apply to the cases you are handling.
The Garden Variety of Personal Injury Cases:
Tips for Handling Auto and Fall Down Cases in the Garden State
Featuring: Thomas J. Vesper, Esq.;
Hon. Daniel P. Mecca, PJCv (Ret.); Gerald H. Baker, Esq.;
Daniel J. Pomeroy, Esq.; Wendy Allyson Reek, Esq.
At this CLEfest civil trial track program, our panel of civil trial attorneys joined by a retired
judge/mediator will share with you tips and strategies for advancing the garden variety of
personal injury cases.
Family Law Track
Handling the Middle-Class Divorce
Featuring: John F. DeBartolo, Esq.;
Hon. Lawrence R. Jones, JSC (Ret);
Timothy F. McGoughran, Esq.; Jeffrey Fiorello, Esq.;
Christine Fitzgerald Esq.; Sharyn Maggio, CPA, ABV, CFF
This seminar focuses how to effectively represent middle class clients who are divorcing. When
funds are limited, expectations must be managed and strategic decisions must be made early
on during the divorce process, to ensure a fair and equitable outcome for your client.
Child Custody Roundtable
Featuring: Ronald Lieberman, Esq.;
Hon. Lawrence R. Jones, JSC (Ret);
Dr. Harry Green, Psy.D.; Cheryl E. Connors, Esq.; Megan S. Murray, Esq.;
Allison C Williams Esq.
Our informative roundtable, designed for the family law practitioner, brings you up-to-date on the
latest issues and developments relating to child custody and provides insight into how to deal
with complicated and difficult custody matters
Labor & Employment Law Track
Featuring: John L. Shahdanian, II, Esq.;
Michael D’Anton, Esq.; Christopher P. Lenzo, Esq.;
Susan L. Nardone, Esq.
Our experienced panel of both management and plaintiff’s attorneys will examine the pitfalls and
problems often present in workplace investigations and they will offer suggestions on how to
develop policies and procedures, conduct investigations and how to challenge them - all with an
eye cast towards subsequent litigation.
Social Media & Employment Law
Featuring: Andrew Moskowitz, Esq.; Christina Stoneburner, Esq.; Claudia Reis, Esq.;
Keith Waldman, Esq.
No attorney should attempt to handle labor and employment matters without an understanding of
the complex issues presented by social media, both in workplace policy and litigation. Our timely
and engaging seminar examines the social media essentials every attorney must know.
Estate Planning Track
Thorny Issues in Estate Administration
Featuring: Angela Titus McEwan, Esq.; Jenifer Fowler, Esq.;
Kenneth J. Lackey, Esq.
This intermediate-level seminar will give you the information you need to address some of the
thorny issues you may confront when administering taxable estates containing trusts and unique
assets, such as digital assets and closely-held companies.
Real Life Problems with
Featuring: Leonard J. Witman, Esq.; Dana A. Bennett, Esq.;
Kevin R. Centurrino, Esq.
Planning an estate in which all the assets are probated is relatively easy. Planning an estate
with substantial non-probate assets is much more challenging. This seminar will help you meet
that challenge. Our faculty of experienced estate planners will provide you with the expertise to
meet the challenges associated with managing non-probate asset
|How to Register:
- Choose the track you'd like to attend and click on the link.
- Need a printable registration form? Click here.