James K. Grace

Jim GraceJames K. Grace joined Long, Marmero in January of 2017.  Prior to joining the firm, James was a partner in Grace and Lenti with a concentration on Real Estate, Estate Planning, Labor and Employment and Civil Litigation.  In addition, James was a solo practitioner for over 10 years.

James graduated from Rutgers School of Law in 2000 and was admitted to the bar in the States of New Jersey and New York.  Prior to law school, James was a probation officer with the NJ Judiciary focusing on juvenile supervision.  James graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice with a concentration in Psychology from Richard Stockton University in New Jersey.  James attended and graduated from Holy Cross High School in Delran, NJ.

James is a lifelong resident in the State of New Jersey and has a deep appreciation for civil liberties, environmental policy and the production of clean energy.  James has served on several boards for non-profit organizations, which provide outreach to disadvantage youth, and is happy to be a part of the organization.

James primary responsibilities at Long, Marmero include Penns Grove Housing Authority, Riverside Municipal Utilities Authority and Cumberland County Utilities Authority as Solicitor, Labor Attorney for Willingboro Township and City of Burlington Workers Compensation Attorney.

Admitted to Practice
New Jersey
New York

Education
Rutgers School of Law, Camden, NJ, JD/2000
Richard Stockton University, New Jersey
Bachelor of Arts, Criminal Justice, Psychology
Holy Cross High School, Delran, NJ