Justice Virginia Long Honored With Lifetime Achievement Award by New Jersey Law Journal

May 10, 2017 – Press Releases

Fox Rothschild LLP is pleased to announce that Justice Virginia Long received the acclaimed Lifetime Achievement award from the New Jersey Law Journal.

Justice Long joins an esteemed group of New Jersey legal luminaries “who have left a mark on the profession through consistent excellence over the course of a career.” One of only two recipients of this year’s award, she will be honored at a special awards dinner in June.

A respected member of the New Jersey bar for more than 40 years, Justice Long was appointed to the state’s high court in 1999. After serving as a trial and appellate court judge for 23 years and on the New Jersey Supreme Court for 12 years, Justice Long retired at the mandatory retirement age of 70 in March 2012.

Justice Long devotes much of her time to public service issues. She is a member of the Advisory Committee on Judicial Conduct; the New Jersey Law Revision Commission and serves on the Board of Legal Services of New Jersey and Centurion Ministries, a Princeton-based organization dedicated to finding justice for wrongly imprisoned and factually innocent individuals.

At Fox, Justice Long focuses her efforts on assisting clients with ethics and appellate matters, corporate governance and governmental integrity investigations and to serving as a mediator and arbitrator providing dispute resolution alternatives. She also spearheads the firm’s pro bono efforts in New Jersey and was appointed to the Supreme Court special committee on attorney ethics to study the new ABA rules on professional conduct.