Walter P. Laufenberg has devoted the majority of his thirty plus years of practice to the courtroom where he has tried over one-hundred cases, both civil and criminal, before a jury. Most recently he attained an acquittal on behalf of his client who was indicted for vehicular homicide. Mr. Laufenberg’s trial experience makes him a venerable advocate as well as a seasoned professional able to navigate the litigation process to the best advantage of his client.
Walter P. Laufenberg, Attorney at Law (1990-2012)
Areas of practice include criminal defense, personal injury and family law. Primary focus on litigation and trial practice. More than 100 cases, both Civil and Criminal, tried before a jury. Municipal Prosecutor Parsippany – Troy Hills (1994-2003)
Legal Aid Society of Morris County (1987-1990)
Primary areas of practice included Housing, Family and Consumer Litigation, Extensive Motion and Trial Practice. Responsible for all phases of litigation from client intake through final judgment.
Marazati, Falcon and Gregory, P.C. (1985-1987)
Areas of practice included Environment, Medical Malpractice, Civil and Criminal Litigation, Municipal Law and Real Estate. Responsible for trying cases, arguing Motions and Appellate practice.
Milliken & Van Sustern, P.C. (1984)
Responsibilities during internship program consisted of pool work for the District of Colombia Office of the Public Defender. Extensive Criminal Motion and Trial practice.
Antioch School of Law, Urban Law Institute (1983-1985)
Clinical program consisting of approximately one third of required law school credit hours. Areas of practice included advocacy for Battered Women, Sexually Abused Children. Whistle Blowers and General Civil Litigation. Responsibilities ranged from client interviews through trials. Extensive research and writing were required. Opportunity to practice in Superior Court as well in Federal Court.
- 98% of Practice Devoted to Litigation
- New Jersey, 1986
- B.A. – 1981
- Honors: Dean’s List
Antioch School of Law, Washington, District of Columbia
- J.D. – 1985