About Vincent R. Glorisi
- Personal Injury
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Workers’ Compensation
- Wrongful Death
- Premises Liability
- Medical Malpractice
Vincent R. Glorisi Is a New Jersey Supreme Court Certified Civil Trial Attorney
Vincent R. Glorisi has been certified by the NJ Supreme Court as a civil trial attorney, a designation given to roughly two percent of all attorneys practicing in the state. As a certified civil trial attorney, Vincent Glorisi possesses the education, knowledge, and skill needed to represent you in your NJ personal injury matter and help you get the compensation you deserve.
Why Should You Use a Certified Civil Trial Attorney?
It’s confusing trying to choose an attorney. You might have never needed an attorney before, so you ask a friend to refer you to someone, or you look in the Yellow Pages where hundreds or even thousands of attorneys are listed. But how do you choose one attorney over another, and how can you be sure that you will choose the right attorney to handle your particular legal problem?
Finding the right attorney is to your benefit and to the attorney’s benefit as well. That is why the Supreme Court of New Jersey has directed the Board on Attorney Certification to carry out the certification program in an effort to raise the level of competence of attorneys in this state. This program is designed to help you make an informed decision when seeking an attorney.
Q: What is a certified civil trial attorney?
Certified civil trial attorney is a designation granted by the New Jersey Supreme Court to attorneys who are able to demonstrate sufficient levels of experience, education, knowledge, and skill in civil trial practice. The Supreme Court, through its Board on Attorney Certification, designates only those lawyers who apply for certification and who are able to meet the standards set by the board and approved by the court.
Q: What does it mean when an attorney is certified?
A certified attorney is more than just an attorney who specializes in a particular area of law. A New Jersey attorney who is certified by the Supreme Court as a civil trial attorney must have:
- been a member in good standing of the New Jersey bar for more than 5 years,
- fulfilled ongoing continuing legal education requirements,
- demonstrated a substantial level of experience in civil trial law,
- been favorably evaluated by other attorneys and judges familiar with his or her work, and,
- taken and passed a written examination in civil trial law.
Q: Why does New Jersey have a certification program?
The certification program helps the public find attorneys who have demonstrated proficiency in specialized fields of law. Certification helps lawyers by giving them a way to make their experience known to the public and to other lawyers. Certification also encourages the maintenance and improvement of attorney competence in specialized fields of law.
Q: In what areas of law does the New Jersey Supreme Court certify attorneys?
There are five specialty areas of practice that are approved for certification by the Supreme Court of New Jersey: civil trial law, criminal trial law, matrimonial law, workers’ compensation law, and municipal court law.
Q: How many attorneys are certified in New Jersey?
As of December 2016, approximately 1,650 hold board certification out of roughly 75,000 active lawyers in New Jersey.
Q: How does the consumer know if an attorney is board certified?
Although many practicing trial attorneys now advertise in newspapers, on television, and in the Yellow Pages, only attorneys certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court are entitled to use the designation “Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Civil Trial Attorney” on their letterhead, business cards, Yellow Pages listings, or in their advertisements.