Judge Gallipoli Served as Panelist for The Office of Attorney Ethics in New Jersey
Former Hudson County Vicinage Assignment Judge Maurice J. Gallipoli and Former NJ Supreme Court Justice Virginia Long served as panelists for The Office of Attorney Ethics (OAE) training seminar at Mercer County Community College on October 15, 2013. Moderated by Jerry Hanlon, Esq., the Judges discussed how to present an oral argument to both the Disciplinary Review Board and the New Jersey Supreme Court with regard to disciplinary and ethics matters. The OAE, the investigative and prosecutorial arm of the Supreme Court of New Jersey, hosts the training for members of the bar who act as special masters and members of the local ethics and fee arbitration committees.
The Hon. Maurice Gallipoli joined the bench after over 20 years in private practice. Then-Gov. Kean appointed him to the bench in 1987. He served in the Civil Division and eventually became presiding judge of the division. He became the Hudson County Assignment Judge in 2004, and served in that capacity until his retirement last year. He is now of counsel to Porzio, Bromberg, & Newman and continues his distinguished career in litigation and dispute resolution, providing third-party neutral services.