Super Lawyer

Designated a "Super Lawyer"
Lee Roth had been designated a Super Lawyer for the third year

Attorney Lee B. Roth with offices on Main Street in Flemington has again been named a New Jersey Super Lawyer, as published in New Jersey Monthly magazine. He has received the distinction of being included on the list for the past three years. According to the publishers, about five percent of lawyers in New Jersey are named to the list each year.

The firm of Law & Politics that creates the list utilizes a system of balloting, peer evaluation, and internal research to produce its list of Super Lawyer attorneys each year.
A resident of Hunterdon County since high school, except for his time at Oberlin College in Ohio as an undergraduate, and Cornell University Law School in upstate New York, Roth now resides in Raritan Township with his wife. His adult children attended Hunterdon Central High School and three of his grand-children have or are attending Delaware Valley Regional High School.

He is past Chairman of the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law section of the New Jersey State Bar Association, is a past Trustee of the State Bar Association, is past President of the Hunterdon Country Bar Association, and has been Chairman of the Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce. He has served on the boards of several banks, the New Jersey Division of the American Cancer Society, the Rolling Hills Girl Scouts Council, and the Hunterdon Harmonizers barbershop chapter.

The Roth Law Firm offers broad-based legal services to individuals and business owners. It is best know for land use and real estate activities, representing small business owners, and representing clients involved in lawsuits, including family law and divorce matters.

Roth was the attorney that saved Sky Manor Airport when the power lines came through the county. He represented the developers of Concord Ridge, Flemington South, Stonegate, South Main Village, and Village Commons in Raritan Township. He represented the developers of Copper Mine Village in Flemington. He obtained approval for five telephone cell towers, several gas stations, several shopping centers, and several fast food establishments in Hunterdon County.

He has represented a number of municipalities in the county as municipal attorney and as planning board or board of adjustment attorney. He represents individuals in their business and personal lives, estates, and provides advice in family situations.