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Partner Katrina L. Campbell Named Super Lawyer Rising Star for Fourth Consecutive Year

Posted by Michael S. Selvaggi | Jun 21, 2016 | 0 Comments

Lavery, Selvaggi, Abromitis & Cohen is proud to announce that Partner Katrina L. Campbell has been named to the New Jersey Super Lawyer Rising Star List for 2016. This is the fourth year in a row Katrina has received this recognition.

Katrina was once again recognized under the State, Local and Municipal area of practice. She has been listed under this category every year since 2013.

Katrina currently serves as the Municipal Attorney for Lopatcong and Harmony Townships in Warren County and Franklin and Kingwood Townships in Hunterdon County.  She also assists in the representations of numerous other municipalities in Hunterdon and Warren Counties. She has special expertise involving the Open Public Records Act, Local Public Contracts Law, and property tax appeals. Katrina has been guest lecturer at the New Jersey League of Municipalities Annual Convention in Atlantic City and several ethics seminars hosted by the Warren County Municipal Clerks' Association.

Katrina has extensive experience involving the Agriculture Retention and Development Act and the Green Acres Program. She has participated in the preservation of thousands of acres of farmland as Special Counsel to the County of Warren, municipal attorney and counsel to private landowners. Katrina has become one of only a few attorneys in the state with expertise in FEMA and NJDEP's Blue Acres flood buyout programs.

Katrina is the President-Elect of the Warren County Bar Association and serves as a member of the Vicinage XIII Ethics Committee. She serves on a committee for the Stanton Holly Trail, an annual event whose proceeds benefit the Hunterdon Medical Center.

The New Jersey Super Lawyer Rising Stars list recognizes no more than 2.5 percent of attorneys in each state. The 2016 list was published in the April issue of the magazine. To be eligible for inclusion in Rising Stars, a candidate must be either 40-years-old or younger, or in practice for 10 years or less.

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Michael S. Selvaggi

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