Christopher M. Arzberger
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A talented and passionate New York and New Jersey attorney, Christopher
M. Arzberger joined Russell Friedman & Associates in 2019.
Prior to joining our firm, Mr. Arzberger attended Hofstra University Law
School, where received his Juris Doctorate in 2007. During his time there
he completed training programs with the National Institute of Trial Advocacy,
while also serving as a member of the Child Advocacy Clinic.
Following graduation, Attorney Arzberger went to work for a well-regarded
defense firm, where he was able to gain diverse litigation and jury trial
experience in the fields of personal injury, premises liability, employment
discrimination, and municipal liability. Mr. Arzberger also has experience
in family law, advocating on behalf of clients in child custody, child
support, and adoption cases. In addition, he has defended multiple clients
in assorted criminal and traffic matters.
While gaining experience in these fields, Mr. Arzberger also went back
to school at Columbia University. In 2017, he received his master’s
degree in conflict resolution, allowing him to specialize in commercial
and family mediations.
Attorney Arzberger is currently admitted to practice law in New York and
New Jersey, as well as in U.S. Federal Courts for the Eastern District
of New York, the District of New Jersey, and the Second Circuit Court
of Appeals. He is also a member of the New York State Bar Association.
If you are interested in hiring Mr. Arzberger to represent you in case,
you may call our firm to request a free consultation, or click here to send him a confidential message online.
- Columbia University, M.S. – 2014
- Hofstra University School of Law, J.D. – 2007
- SUNY Binghamton, B.A. – 2004
- New York – 2008
- New Jersey – 2007
- U.S. Federal Courts for the Eastern District of New York
- U.S. Federal Courts for the Southern District of New York
- U.S. Federal Courts for District of New Jersey
- U.S. Federal Courts for Second Circuit Court of Appeals
- New York State Bar Association