THIS CLE IS POSTPONED DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER. A NEW DATE WILL BE POSTED SOON.
Join us for an in-depth discussion of relevant mediation and arbitration issues. In addition, there will be an overview of Judiciary Complementary Dispute Resolution Programs and protocols for mediators, including reporting.
Hon. Edward A. Jerejian, P.J.Ch.
Hon. Peter J. Melchionne, P.J.F.P.
Hon. John D. O'Dwyer, P.J.Cv.
Hon. Lisa Perez Friscia, J.S.C.
This in-person CLE is approved for 2.0 NJ CLE credits.
Attendees may park in the paid parking garage and then go to room 210 (Jury) to get parking tickets validated.
Please download the seminar's documents (in the documents tab above). Hard copies will not be provided.
Hon. Edward A. Jerejian, P.J.Ch., was sworn in as a Superior Court Judge in 2006.
This past July, he was named the Presiding Judge of the Bergen County General Equity Division where he had been serving since January 1, 2016.
He previously served in the family division for more than three years and the Criminal Division for more than seven years.
In addition to his regular assignment, in 2016, he was appointed by the Chief Justice as the statewide "Special Master" to oversee the almost 8,000 cases arising out of the alleged improprieties at the State Police Forensics Laboratory in Little Falls, New Jersey for which he continues to serve.
Hon. Peter J.
Hon. John D.
Bergen County Superior Court
Hon. Lisa Perez-
Bergen County Superior Court Judge at Bergen County Courthouse
Honorable Lisa Perez Friscia, J.S.C. is a Superior Court Judge in Hackensack, New Jersey. Appointed to the Bench in 2008, she currently serves in the Chancery and Law Divisions in Bergen County. Judge Perez Friscia has handled prerogative writs while in the Law Division. Judge Perez Friscia has also served in the Criminal and Family Divisions. She currently serves on the Judicial Education Committee and Supreme Court Committee on Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Engagement.
Prior to her appointment, Judge Perez Friscia was an assistant prosecutor and served as Chief of the Bias Crimes and Gang Task Force, as well as having legal oversight of the Bergen County Police and Fire Academy. She was also Coordinator of Community Affairs, where she worked on issues facing the community and served as the designated Community Justice Coordinator to the Attorney General’s Office. Judge Perez Friscia served as a Trustee of the Bergen County Bar Association, is a past President of the Bergen County Bar Association Young Lawyers and is a member of the National Hispanic Bar Association.
Judge Perez Friscia received her undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland and is a graduate of Seton Hall University School of Law.