Stephen J. Edelstein

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Author, "Racial Imbalance in Public Schools: The Affirmative Duty to Integrate Administrators," 49 North Carolina Law Review 769, 1971. Co-author: "Church, State, and Education," 2 Journal of Law and Education 535, 1973; "Collateral Problems in Obscenity Regulation: A Uniform Approach to Prior Restraints, Community Standards, and Judgment Preclusion," 7 Seton Hall Law Review 543, 1976. Member: Essex County College Board of Trustees, 1982-1986; Essex County Board of Elections, 1984-1986, Chairman, 1985-1986; Essex County Affirmative Action Council, 1979-1980; Board of Trustees of Essex-Newark Legal Services. Essex County Counsel, 1991-1994; Chairman, Essex County Utilities Authority, 1992-1995.

Areas of Practice (3)

  • Government Law
  • Labor and Employment Law
  • School Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
University Attended:
Gettysburg College, B.A., 1969
Law School Attended:
University of North Carolina School of Law, J.D., 1972
Year of First Admission:
1972, New Jersey; 1972, U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey and U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
Essex County and New Jersey State (Member, Labor Law Section) Bar Associations.
Birth Information:
Newark, New Jersey, October 16, 1947

Peer Reviews

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Parsippany, New Jersey

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