AT STERN & EISENBERG
Christopher M. Camporeale, Esq. focuses his practice primarily on litigation representing creditors, mortgage lenders, and corporate property management clients. Christopher regularly appears in New Jersey Superior Court for landlord/tenant trials, motions, conferences, and ejectment actions as well as
in numerous municipalities statewide to defend institutional clients against municipal code violations that often carry significant financial penalties. Additionally, Christopher enjoys the rigor of drafting complex legal briefs and practicing in the New Jersey Appellate Division.
Christopher strives to handle all simple and complex legal issues with the utmost professionalism, integrity, and personal attention.
ABOUT CHRISTOPHER CAMPOREALE, ESQ.
Before joining Stern & Eisenberg, Christopher served as the Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable, Frank A. Buczynski, Jr., P.J.Ch. (retired) in the Chancery, General Equity division of the Ocean County Vicinage of the New Jersey Superior Court. During his clerkship, Christopher conducted extensive legal research and
drafted legal opinions for quiet title actions, complex land use cases, probate matters, special medical guardian cases, and cases requiring injunctive and equitable relief in addition to mortgage foreclosure actions. While in law school, Christopher enjoyed participating in his law school’s “Children and Families” clinical program wherein he regularly appeared in Court to argue on behalf of juveniles facing delinquency and detention hearings.