Jack J. Bingham joined Fredson & Statmore LLC in 2017 after working as an associate attorney in healthcare law and medical malpractice. Prior to being an attorney, he served as a law clerk to the Honorable Robert L. Polifroni, Presiding Judge of the Civil Division, Superior Court of New Jersey, vicinage of Bergen County.
As a judicial law clerk, Jack was responsible in assisting the Judge with hundreds of cases. His responsibilities also included being a certified mediator in Small Claims Court, where he successfully mediated the vast majority of his cases. As a law student, Jack clerked for two prominent Personal Injury law firms. In White Plains, New York, he was an intern to several Municipal Court judges.
Jack received his J.D. from Pace University School of Law in 2014, where he was awarded the Pace Law School Merit Scholarship and sat on the Moot Court Honor Board. He graduated magna cum laude from Rutgers University in 2011, where he was awarded the Rutgers Dean Student Scholarship. During law school, Jack served as a Dean Scholar and teaching assistant for both professor John R. Nolan and professor John A. Humbach. His other honors included being a liaison for the White Plains Youth Court, student pro-bono coordinator, student-mentor for Pace’s 2013 accelerated class and a class representative for the Student Bar Association.
He was selected to compete in the American Bar Association’s National Appellate Advocacy Competition for the 2013 year, the Texas Young Lawyer’s Association’s National Trial Competition for both years 2013 and 2014 and the Stetson Pre-Trial Competition for the 2013 year. Additionally, he was selected by Pace’s Trial Advocacy Department to be a student coach for the American Bar Association’s National Appellate Advocacy Competition for the 2014 year.
Since joining Fredson & Statmore, LLC as an associate, Jack has gained experience in all aspects of personal injury claims. His litigation experience includes arbitration, depositions, courtroom appearances and protecting the rights of the injured.