Brian T. Giblin

Brian T. Giblin, a resident of Paramus, graduated Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, New Jersey, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and received his Juris Doctorate degree from Seton Hall School of Law in 1987. He also completed a series of special courses at Rutgers University in 1990 leading to the designation of Diplomate in Municipal Law.

Mr. Giblin has been active with the firm of Giblin & Giblin since 1982 and is a member of the New Jersey and Florida Bars. He is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association; the Florida Bar Association and the Bergen County Bar Association. He is familiar with all phases of municipal law and specializes in contract negotiations and arbitration proceedings. In that capacity, he has represented many governmental agencies, including the counties of Bergen and Sussex, the Bergen County Prosecutor, Sussex County Prosecutor and Sussex County Sheriff. He is the Municipal Prosecutor for the Boroughs of Woodcliff Lake and Oakland as well as the Townships of Saddle Brook and Rochelle Park. He also represents the combined Planning and Zoning Board of the Borough of Little Ferry, the Board of Adjustment for the Township of Rivervale, the Planning Board for the Borough of Elmwood Park and is the Borough Attorney of Leonia. Mr. Giblin has represented clients in matters in virtually every forum in the State of New Jersey and has successfully argued before the Appellate Division and state Supreme Court.

Mr. Giblin is an Adjunct Professor in the School of Administrative Science at Fairleigh Dickinson University, teaching in the Master of Administrative Science and Bachelor of Arts in Individualized Studies Program on the subjects of Law & Administrative Practice, Collective Bargaining and Contract Administration, Advanced Employment Law, Human Resource Systems: Approaches and Techniques for the Modern Workplace. He also is a Lead Instructor in the New Jersey Certified Public Manager Program, an educational partnership of the New Jersey Department of Personnel’s Human Resource Development Institute & Fairleigh Dickinson University.

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