William Cox (1922-2011)

Of Counsel

Admitted:
  • New Jersey, 1950
Law School: Cornell University, J.D., 1950
College: Syracuse University, A.B., 1947
Member:
  • Sussex County Bar Association (President, 1973-1974)
  • New Jersey State Bar Association (Chairman, Local
         Government Law Section, 1969-1971)
  • American Bar Association
Of Note:
  • Author of New Jersey Zoning and Land Use Administration,
         1966 to present
  • General Counsel Emeritus, New Jersey Planning Officials,
         1994 to present
  • General Counsel, New Jersey Planning Officials, 1976-1993
  • President, New Jersey Institute of Municipal Attorneys, 1982-1984
  • Served on the Sussex County Board of Vocational Education
         1965-1978
  • Served on the Newton Board of Education, 1960-1965
  • Admitted to Phi Delta Phi (Clerk, Conkling Inn, 1949-1950)
  • Member of Newton Rotary since 1968 (President 1978-1979)
  • Served with the U.S. Army, 1943-1945
Reported Cases:
  • Jackman v. Bodine, 43 N.J. 453 (1964)
  • Nickels v. City of Wildwood, 140 N.J. 261 (1995)
  • Highland Lakes v. Franzino, 186 N.J. 99 (2006)
Born: Newton, New Jersey, December 26, 1922
  William Cox directs the land use practice section of the firm and is the author of the leading treatise in New Jersey on land use law.

William Cox
Specializing in the Practice of:
  • Zoning, Planning and Land Use