Larry has practiced law in New Jersey in a wide variety of areas since graduating law school in 1987, but has primarily concentrated on plaintiffs’ personal injury law. He began practicing petitioner’s workers compensation law in 2001, and in 2003 he successfully completed the two year program of the New Jersey Inn of Court for Workers’ Compensation Law.
- Yale University, 1984, B.A. cum laude, with special distinction honors in Political Science
- University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, 1987, J.D. Contributing Editor, University of Michigan Law Journal of Law Reform; First Prize, national law student writing competition, American Bar Association (1987); American Jurisprudence Award for Tort Law, University of Michigan Law School (1984).
- New Jersey State Bar
- Passaic County Bar Association
Note, Medical Maloccurence Insurance: A First-Party, No-Fault Insurance Proposal for Resolving the Medical Malpractice Controversy, 20 U. Mich. J.L. Ref. 1245 (1987)
Medical Maloccurence Insurance: A First-Party, No-Fault Insurance Proposal for Resolving the Medical Malpractice Controversy, 23 Tort & Ins. L. J. 552 (1988)
President, Congregation Hungarian Hebrew Men of Passaic
Member of the Board of Directors, Jewish Memorial Chapel of Clifton