New Jersey Chapter

NJCCA represents the interests of over 1,200 in-house counsel in over 350 corporations throughout the state.

Joining the NJCCA provides many benefits. Perhaps foremost are the opportunities to learn from and network with other in-house counsel. By participating at our dozens of breakfast programs, Spring Cocktail Reception, Golf Outing, Full Day Conference or Annual Dinner Meeting, you will have the opportunity to become part of the fabric of the in-house community, developing lasting friendships and resources.

Members can participate on many levels -- from attending seminars to leading committees, to forming new committees to address evolving issues and concerns. In addition, NJCCA members benefit at the ACC level from a wealth of resources available through its Virtual Library, job bank, monthly DOCKET magazine, member-to-member network and much more.

NJCCA's Committees cover a variety of substantive practice areas. These committees are ready to assist you in meeting your responsibilities and fulfilling your potential. They also offer an opportunity for you to contribute to others in the profession. NJCCA committees include: Litigation, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Small Law Department, Food & Drug Law, International Law, Law Department Management, Labor and Employment Law, Commercial Law, Environmental Law, Intellectual Property, Pro Bono, Diversity and Minority Bar Relations, Technology Industries, Real Estate Law and the 21st Century Law Department.

Additionally, members receive:

  • a monthly eNewsletter;
  • NJCCA membership directory;
  • announcement of in-house openings to assist in-transition in-house counsel as well as law departments looking for the best candidates to fill their in-house positions.
  • networking opportunities at the Annual Dinner Meeting, Full Day Conference, Golf Outing and Spring Cocktail Reception.

For additional information on the NJCCA, feel free to contact the chapter's Executive Director, Leslie Wolfson at

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