About Jace C. McColley

 

The firm's principal Jace C. McColley is a New Jersey native, born in Edison, New Jersey. Mr. McColley attended the prestigious American University located in Washington, D.C.  where he graduated with honors with a Bachelor of Arts in Justice, and a Minor in Public Communications. While attending American University, Mr. McColley was an active member of the Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity , Beta Chi Chapter.

Mr. McColley served in many different student organizations and regularly performed community service during college.  Following graduation,  Mr. McColley attended New York Law School, graduating Cum Laude with a Juris Doctor (J.D.)  While attending law school,  Mr. McColley founded and served as the President of the Real Estate Law Association for two years. This organization was dedicated to the exploration of cutting edge issues in real estate law.  

Following law school Mr. McColley successfully passed both the New Jersey and New York Bar Examinations and entered the private practice of law. Mr. McColley participates in a number of industry organizations including but not limited to the Middlesex County Bar Association, the Richmond County Bar Association, the New Jersey State Bar Association and the Rutgers Student Legal Services Organization.

Education

J.D., New York Law School, 2004
Cum Laude
B.A., American University, 2001
Honors
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice


New Jersey, 2004
New York, 2005
U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey, 2010

 

Organizations


Rutgers Student Legal Services - http://studentaffairs.rutgers.edu/offices/student-legal-services

Richmond County Bar Association - http://www.thercba.com/

Middlesex County Bar Association - http://www.mcbalaw.com/

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