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The Justice Stewart G. Pollock Environmental American Inn of Court The Justice Stewart G. Pollock Environmental American Inn of Court is accepting applications for its inaugural September 2004 – May 2005 term for pupils, associates and barristers (law students and attorneys with 10 years or less experience). The Inn will promote the study of environmental law and policy in New Jersey, and collegiality and civility among attorneys and judges. Monthly dinner programs will be held in Morristown, Newark and rotating locations in northern and central New Jersey. For more information or an application, contact Steven Senior, of Riker, Danzig, Scherer, Hyland & Perretti, at (973) 451-8507 or [email protected]. Justice Marie L. Garibaldi American Inn of Court for Alternative Dispute Resolution The Justice Marie L. Garibaldi American Inn of Court for Alternative Dispute Resolution is accepting applications for barristers, masters and associates for the 2004-2005 session. It is the only ADR Inn of Court in the country, and concentrates on mediation and arbitration advocacy. Meetings are generally held on the second Thursday of each month from September through May (excluding December) at the North Maple Inn, 300 Maple Ave. in Basking Ridge. Tuition is $400, with some scholarships available. Meetings include cocktails at 5:45 p.m., followed by programs and a buffet dinner. Attendance satisfies the annual mediator training requirement, R. 1:40-12(b)(3). To apply, send a r�sum� to Robert Margulies, director of the Justice Marie L. Garibaldi Inn of Court, 15 Exchange Place, Ste. 510, Jersey City, 07002. It can also be faxed to (201) 333-1110 or e-mailed to [email protected]. Worrall F. Mountain Inn of Court The Worrall F. Mountain Inn of Court (Morris County) invites lawyers with at least one year of experience to join its next session, which will begin in September and continue through June 2005. The Inn meets once a month on the last Monday at the Morris County Courthouse, followed by dinner in restaurants in and around Morristown. The presentations will focus on trial advocacy issues in civil, criminal and family law matters; appellate practice; and professionalism and ethics. They will be followed by a discussion between judges and lawyers. Membership dues are $450, which includes dinner and materials. Eligible Inn members earn NYCLE, PACLE and New Jersey certified civil/criminal attorney credits for each meeting. If interested, contact John Maloney Jr., president, at (973) 966-8180 or [email protected] by Aug. 30. Mercer County American Inn of Court The Mercer County American Inn of Court invites lawyers admitted five years or less to enroll as associates for the Arthur A. Salvatore Session (2004-2006) beginning in September. The Inn of Court is devoted to promoting collegiality among attorneys and judges of all levels of experience, and teaching trial skills to new attorneys. Monthly meetings consist of a lecture by a judge or experienced attorney, or a critiqued clinical exercise involving the members. Cocktails and dinner follow. Meetings are held at the Masonic Temple in Trenton. For an application or more information, call Kerri Hernandez, administrator, at (609) 989-5050 or Jeffrey Posta, executive director, (609) 989-5008, at Sterns & Weinroth in Trenton. Camden/Burlington Inn of Court The Camden/Burlington Inn of Court invites attorneys admitted for fewer than five years to complete pupil applications for its new two-year Trial and Litigation Inn Session. Experienced litigators are also welcome. The Inn presents programs promoting excellence, ethics, professionalism and civility in litigation and at trial. CLE credit is also approved for Pennsylvania. The program involves Camden and Burlington Superior Court judges as well as federal judges in Camden. Meetings are held the second Tuesday of the month at the Camden Federal Courthouse and the Mount Holly Ceremonial Court from October 2004 to June 2005 and September 2005 to June 2006. Tuition is $260 per year for all attorneys ($130 for government attorneys and judges), with some scholarships available. Tuition includes refreshments at all meetings, two banquets and certification for pupils completing the session. For more information or an application, contact Connie Montana, Inn administrator, at [email protected].
Moser, Patterson & Sheridan Awards $5,000 Scholarship to Student from High Technology High School Moser, Patterson & Sheridan of Shrewsbury awards a $5,000 scholarship annually to a graduating senior from High Technology High School in Lincroft for outstanding performance in the school’s engineering curriculum. This year’s winner, senior Christopher Dellin, also received a crystal pyramid etched with his name, the year and the name of the scholarship, as well as two books, autographed by author John Lienhard, Anderson Professor Emeritus of Mechanical Engineering and History at the University of Houston and author and voice of “The Engines of Our Ingenuity,” a series about the history of inventions aired daily on National Public Radio. ATLA-NJ Installs New Officers Richard Wildstein of Goldstein, Ballen, O’Rourke & Wildstein in Passaic was sworn in as president of The Association of Trial Lawyers of America-New Jersey at a dinner on June 17 at The Shadowbrook in Shrewsbury. Wildstein has served on the board of ATLA-NJ since 1992, and has chaired its Auto Reparations Committee for the past 10 years. The new ATLA-NJ officers and national governors are: Richard Wildstein, president; E. Drew Britcher, president-elect; Marc Saperstein, first vice president; Michael Kaplan, second vice president; Amos Gern, third vice president; Michael Galpern, secretary; Jonathan Koles, assistant secretary; Tommie Ann Gibney, treasurer; Donald Caminiti, Jorden Pedersen Jr. and Bruce Stern, state delegates; Francisco Rodriquez, minority caucus representative; Kenneth Andres and Lee Goldsmith, national governors; and Joseph Grassi, parliamentarian.

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