Richard N. Campisano, Esq. is a Hudson County lawyer who has practiced since 1983. A private practitioner of general law since 1999, Mr. Campisano was formerly a partner at Bogart, Ryan and Campisano. Mr. Campisano’s legal clients include the City of Bayonne Planning and Zoning Boards, the Jersey City Economic Development Corp., the Township of Guttenberg, Statewide Savings Bank, Bayview New York Bay Cemetery Association, and Denholtz & Associates. Mr. Campisano has also served as outside counsel to the County of Hudson. Prior to entering private practice, Campisano clerked for the Honorable John J. Grossi, Jr., Judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey. A graduate of Saint Peter’s College in Jersey City, NJ, Campisano earned his Juris Doctorate from the New England School of Law in Boston, MA. A member of the American Bar Association, the New Jersey State Bar Association and the Hudson County Bar Association, Mr. Campisano also served on the Hudson County Fee Arbitration and Ethics Committee. He continues to donate his time as a Qualified State Reconized Mediator for the Superior Court of New Jersey. In 1994, Campisano was admitted to the New Jersey 3rd Circuit Federal and United States Supreme Court. Mr. Campisano remains involved in his community as a member of the University Club, Bergen Cartaret Club, Hudson County Chamber of Commerce, Lincoln Association and the Boys & Girls Club of Hudson County. In 2007, the Boys & Girls Club of Hudson County awarded Mr. Campisano the Brian Doherty Community Service Award. Mr. Campisano and his wife, Paulette, are proud parents of Carmella, graduate of HCST’s High Tech High School class of 2013.