Carl A. Taylor, III
Location: Atlantic City
Carl A. Taylor is a member of Cooper Levenson’s Governmental Services and Education Law Practice Groups. Carl is the former Deputy County Counsel of Somerset County, and has also served as township attorney, and as municipal prosecutor in more than a dozen municipalities. Carl was counsel to the Somerset County Board of Construction Appeals and the Somerset County Agriculture Development Board. Carl served as Township Attorney for East Amwell Township and has been approved to provide outside litigation services to Somerset County and Hunterdon County. Carl has published multiple articles on the subject of the Open Public Records Act.
Carl has been named to the New Jersey Super Lawyer’s Rising Stars* list each year from 2014 – present. This designation is awarded to no more than 2.5% of all attorneys in the State.
Memberships and Community
- Member, New Jersey State Bar Association
- Past Trustee, Somerset County Bar Association
- Past Trustee, Hunterdon County Bar Foundation
- Happily Even After: the Guide to Divorce in New Jersey (First Edition published in 2019)
- The Quill (Clerks’ Association of New Jersey magazine) – When an OPRA Requestor Steps Over the Line
- New Jersey Law Journal – OPRA Law Comes of Age (2017)
- New Jersey Law Journal – The Impact of Person Injury Awards on Marital Settlement Agreements (2015)
- New Jersey Law Journal – (quoted) – Exception Found to Law Requiring Palimony Pacts to be in Writing
- New Jersey Law Journal – Navigation Palimony Law in 2013
- Family Lawyer Magazine (National Publication) – Divorce in the Age of Bitcoin (Spring 2018)
- Family Lawyer Magazine – Utilizing Civil Litigation Techniques in Divorces
Carl is a graduate of Saint Joseph’s University with a Bachelor of Arts and Rutgers University School of Law – Camden with a Juris Doctor. He is admitted to the bar in New Jersey, the District of New Jersey, and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals.
*Super Lawyers, part of Thomson Reuters, selects attorneys for their “Super Lawyers” and “Rising Stars” list using “a patented multiphase selection process. Peer nominations and evaluations are combined with independent research.” Read more