Craig Aronow, a partner in Rebenack, Aronow & Mascolo, LLP, has been recognized for his long and stalwart service to the profession and the public through his involvement and leadership with the New Jersey State Bar Association. A highly respected trial attorney, Mr. Aronow has served three terms (6 years) as the trustee from the Middlesex County Bar to the State Bar Association, and has also been a trustee to the Civil Trial Bar Section since 2010. While fulfilling that obligation, he also functioned as the Vice Chair of Judicial and Prosecutorial Appointments Committee, assuming that responsibility for the 2013-2014 term. He also founded and chaired the Solo and Small Firm Section of the New Jersey Bar.
In addition to his work with the State Bar Association, Mr. Aronow has also been the President of the Middlesex County Bar Association (2015-2016) and the Association of County Bar Presidents (2015-2016). He chaired the Middlesex County Bar Association Civil Trial Practice and Lawyer Referral Committees from 2006 until 2014, and has been a board member of the New Jersey Association for Justice since 2016.
The New Jersey Bar Association has called Aronow “a forceful voice” for transparency in the State Bar Association’s operations, and commended Aronow for his dedication to and focus on young lawyers, as well as solo and small firms. He was also recognized for his role in promoting and increasing diversity within the State Bar’s leadership. Aronow successfully served as campaign manager for three candidates for officer seats in the New Jersey State Bar Association.
Contacted at his office, Aronow said that his tenure at the State Bar has been “very rewarding.” Acknowledging that the NJSBA must meet the needs of a number of constituencies with minimal resources, he stated that his primary focus at the NJSBA was to shine a light on some of the overlooked constituencies, so that quality legal services could be delivered to more people in New Jersey. He also spoke enthusiastically about the State Bar’s future, saying that new officers like Kim Yonta and Jeralyn Lawrence will keep the organization moving in the right direction.
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