Miguel Alexander Pozo Installed As President Of Hispanic Bar Association Of New Jersey

Tuesday, December 1, 2009 - 00:00

Miguel Alexander Pozo, member of the law firm Lowenstein Sandler PC, has been installed as the 30th president of the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey (HBN-NJ). The 30th annual installation ceremony was conducted on October 29, 2009, at the W Hotel in Hoboken. The Honorable Julio M. Fuentes of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit administered the oath of office before an audience of federal and state court judges, elected officials including Virginia Governor Tim Kaine, business leaders, and many others in the legal profession.

An attorney in the firm's Litigation Department, Mr. Pozo has ten years of experience representing Fortune 500 corporations, businesses, and non-profit organizations in a broad range of federal and state court litigation matters. His work has included all phases of fact and expert discovery, motion practice, trials, arbitrations, and mediations.

Mr. Pozo was recognized as one of New Jersey's top "40 Under 40" lawyers by the New Jersey Law Journal (2009) and was named to NJBiz magazine's 2009 "Forty Under 40" list honoring individuals who exhibit "excellence in business, commitment to community and professional development.

In addition, Mr. Pozo was named to DTM magazine's 2009 Latino Trendsetters list, and has been named a "Rising Star" by New Jersey Super Lawyers magazine (2007) and listed among New Jersey Law Journal's "50 Leading Women and Minority Attorneys" (2005).