GLENN D. KOHLES, JR.
Glenn D. Kohles, Jr. was born in Hackensack and spent his early childhood in Bogota, NJ, in Bergen County. Glenn later moved to Toms River, NJ, where he attended Toms River East High School. Mr. Kohles went onto Rowan University in Glassboro where he was a three-year captain and three-time Academic All-American on the Men’s Track & Field Team. Mr. Kohles graduated, cum laude, with a degree in Law & Justice, minoring in both (1) Political Science; and (2) Psychology.
Mr. Kohles then continued to Pennsylvania State University (“Penn State Law”) on a Merit Scholarship. During Mr. Kohles’ time at Penn State Law, he participated in three (3) Mock Trials and was a member of the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Court team where his team frequently argued against international competition from multiple continents. Mr. Kohles also externed for the Hon. William I. Arbuckle, U.S.M.J., in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania and interned for the Hon. Bonnie J. Mizdol, A.J.S.C., in Hackensack. Mr. Kohles also spent a summer working at a Civil Rights and Personal Injury firm in Toms River, contributing to the litigation of numerous Plaintiffs’ claims. Additionally, Mr. Kohles was a member of the Penn State Law Civil Rights Appellate Clinic, helping draft briefs before the United States Supreme Court. Along with his law degree, Mr. Kohles received concentrations in: (1) Advocacy & Litigation; (2) Arbitration, Mediation & Negotiation; and (3) Constitutional Law & Civil Rights. Mr. Kohles is has also been admitted to the U.S. District Court in NJ and is a member of the Federal Bar Association.
Upon graduating from Penn State Law, Mr. Kohles returned to New Jersey and served as the Judicial Law Clerk for the Hon. Walter F. Skrod, J.S.C., in the Civil Division of the Bergen County Superior Court. Mr. Kohles is admitted to practice law in the State of New Jersey and is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association (“NJSBA”) and New Jersey Association for Justice (“NJAJ”).