About Carlin & Ward

Litigation requires a partnership between client and attorney. Our clients benefit from our cooperative approach. At Carlin & Ward, we're your partners, working to resolve legal issues from complaint through appeal.

Full Court Advantage. From administrative and commission hearings, though the Federal and New Jersey court systems, to the United States Supreme Court, Carlin & Ward's legal experience is knowledgeable, ethical, and successful.

Practice Makes Perfect. Your needs dictate our strategies. We're prepared - with more than a century of collective experience in corporate and general civil litigation, eminent domain (condemnation), employment law, environmental law, real estate tax appeals, estate planning, and corporate tax advice.

Win-Win. Bigger isn't always better. Small firms are smart firms in the legal marketplace, offering quality service at reasonable rates. Ethics and integrity are the foundation of our practice. Whether your results culminate in settlement or jury verdict, your satisfaction is our success.

What can Green do for you?

Greening the Firm. Small firms can conserve energy and paper products by adopting best practices established by the ABA-EPA Climate Challenge Waste Wise program: purchase 30 percent recycled copy paper, use duplex printing, scan and email large documents, and recycle paper products. We're already doing our part.

Growing Green Practices. Carlin & Ward's green initiatives are teamwork in progress. Starting with our technology committee, staff, associate, and partner meetings, you can track our progress as we make our individual and collection contributions to tackle one of the greatest challenges of our time.

Read our Green Articles.
Into the Green Market Whether you believe in climate change or not, business executives - who comprise a large percentage of law firm clients - are heeding a growing green market. - New Jersey Lawyer In Re Magazine (June 9, 2008)

Green Firms Are Where It's At U.S. law firms are beginning to be confronted with questions regarding their implemented environmental policies. - New Jersey Law Journal (April 1, 2008)