Arthur T. Vanderbilt, II

Attorney in Roseland, NJ
Author: "Changing Law," Rutgers University Press, 1976 (Recipient, American Bar Association Scribes Award); "Jersey Justice: Three Hundred Years of the New Jersey Judiciary," Institute for Continuing Legal Education, 1979 (2nd Edition 1996); "An Introduction to the Study of Law," Gann Law Books, 1979; "Law School: Briefing for a Legal Education," Penguin, 1981; "Treasure Wreck," Houghton Miffin, 1986; "Fortune's Children," William Morrow, 1989; "New Jersey's Judicial Revolution," Institute for Continuing Legal Education 1997; "Order in the Courts," Institute for Continuing Legal Education, 1997; "Jersey Jurists," Institute for Continuing Legal Education, 1998; "The Making of A Bestseller," McFarland, 1998; "Golden Days," Bantam, 1999; "Gardening in Eden," Simon & Schuster, 2003. Articles, book reviews. Law Clerk to Hon. Herman D. Michels, Appellate Division, New Jersey Superior Court, 1975-1976. Deputy Attorney General, State of New Jersey, 1976-1978. Assistant Counsel to Governor of New Jersey, 1978-1979. Member, 1988, Chairman, 1991-1992, New Jersey Supreme Court Ethics Committee. Member, Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Professional Ethics.
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Areas of Law

  • Public Finance Law
  • Governmental Relations
  • Administrative Law

 

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Experience & Credentials

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Partner

Admission Details

Admitted in 1975, New Jersey
1979, U.S. Supreme Court

Law School Attended

University of Virginia
Class of 1975
J.D.

University Attended

Wesleyan University
Class of 1972
A.B.
magna cum laude

Birth Information

Born in 1950
Summit, New Jersey, February 20, 1950

Associations & Memberships

New Jersey State (Member, Task Force on Attorney Disciplinary System) and American Bar Associations; American Judicature Society (Board of Trustees).

Bar Fellowship

Manley-Winser Foundation; Greenwood Gardens; Summit Public Library; Eastward Point Property Owners' Association.

Contact Information

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973-994-1700

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Office Information
Arthur T. Vanderbilt, II
Partner
 Five Becker Farm Road,
Roseland, NJ 07068-1741

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