Robert L. Baker, Jr. joined the firm as a senior associate in 2011 to head the firm's real estate practice. Rob earned his undergraduate degree from Fairfield University. While attending Fairfield University, Rob interned at the District of Columbia Corporation Counsel, assisting in complex litigation matters. In addition, Rob was a student athlete, a Dean’s List student, and an active member of the student government.
Rob earned his Juris Doctor from Villanova University School of Law. During law school, he gained vast experience at a prominent Philadelphia law firm and at the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office in Hammonton, NJ. Rob was the recipient of a Dean’s Merit Scholarship, a member of the National Trial Team, and a Member of the IRS Income Tax Assistance Program.
After earning admission to the New York and New Jersey Bars, Rob began his career as an Assistant District Attorney with the Bronx County District Attorney’s Office, Bronx, NY. During his tenure at the District Attorney’s Office, he served in the Criminal Court Bureau, and the Child Abuse and Sex Crimes Unit. After handling hundreds of cases in the Bronx, Rob decided to return to his home state of New Jersey, and continue his legal career. Upon his return, he founded The Law Office of Robert L. Baker, Jr. His goal was to provide individualized, quality legal services at competitive prices. Rob's practice became successful to the point that he needed to expand his practice areas to accommodate his clients and decided to merge his practice into Subranni Zauber, LLC.
Rob also values service, as well as his ties to the local community. He serves on the Board of Trustees of a New Jersey non-profit organization and remains a competitive athlete. He competes in USA Cycling organized events such as road races, velodrome events, and criteriums. He competes for the Monmouth County based 3D Racing Team. In addition, Rob participates in many local running races, from 5K to Half-Marathon distances.
Rob was born and raised in Burlington County, and now resides in Mercer County. He shares his time between the firm's Hamilton and Marlton offices. You may contact Robert L. Baker at [email protected]
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