Armen McOmber Designated a Certified Trial Attorney by NJ Supreme Court

Congratulations Armen McOmber

The Certified Civil Trial Attorney designation is awarded to attorneys based upon experience, education, knowledge and skill in civil trial law.  The standards set by the Supreme Court are high.  The designation is held by only 2% of the practicing attorneys in the state. Candidates must pass a written examination and be recognized by their peers as having sufficient skills and reputation in the area of civil trial law. The certification process was established by the Supreme Court of New Jersey in 1980 for the purpose of helping consumers find attorneys with a recognized level of competence in their particular area of law.

Armen McOmber has served as lead counsel in numerous jury trials on behalf of clients in a variety of legal matters and has worked tirelessly to preserve the rights of victims of discrimination and harassment in the workplace.  Mr. McOmber is a third generation attorney and a lifelong resident of Monmouth County. In 1998, he was admitted to New Jersey and Federal District Court Bars and joined the firm of McOmber & McOmber, which was established by his parents, Richard and Adrienne McOmber, in 1974. He was promoted to partner in 2001.He earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts and a Juris Doctor from American University Washington College of Law, in Washington, D.C.

Mr. McOmber explained he is “very excited and truly honored to have been designated as a Civil Trial Attorney by the Supreme Court,” and further noted he is “grateful to [his] colleagues at McOmber & McOmber, without whom this would not have been possible.”

All of us at McOmber & McOmber are so honored to have Armen as an integral part of our legal and trial team, and we are extremely proud of his accomplishments. Congratulations, Armen!

For more information or to contact our legal team, call us at 732-842-6500 or fill out our online form.

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