Archer partner, Alexis B. Batten, has received the Cape May County Bar Association (CMCBA) 2023 Professionalism Award. Alexis was honored by the CMCBA at the Association’s annual awards dinner, held on October 25 at Rubia in Stone Harbor. The award is given in recognition of an attorney’s commitment to the highest ideals of the profession in addition to career achievement and service to the bar and community. Recipients are a highly respected lawyer who exemplifies the very best of the profession. Alexis is a Past-President of the CMCBA and currently serves as Vice President of the Cape May County Bar Foundation.
In her public finance practice, Alexis represents governmental issuers and underwriters in all aspects of public finance, including compliance with all federal and state laws. With 15 years’ experience, she has served as bond counsel and underwriter’s counsel in connection with numerous financings completed by municipalities, counties, school districts, public agencies and authorities throughout New Jersey.
Truly loving her area of law, Alexis is passionate about her clients’ goals and dedicated to achieving them. She is a frequent lecturer on public finance matters for various business organizations and bar associations.
Alexis received her J.D. from Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law and her B.A. from Middlebury College. She and her family reside in Cape May County, where Alexis is an active member of the community, including serving as a member of the Avalon Board of Education.
Founded in 1928, Archer & Greiner, P.C. (Archer) is a full-service law firm serving Fortune 100 clients, small to medium-sized businesses and individuals. The firm provides litigation and transactional services in nearly every area of law, including business counseling, labor & employment, real estate, health care, intellectual property, family and matrimonial, personal injury, public finance, tax, trusts and estates, bankruptcy, land use and environmental law. With 175 attorneys, Archer has nine offices, including Voorhees, Hackensack, Princeton and Red Bank, NJ; Philadelphia and Harrisburg, PA; Wilmington, DE; New York, NY; and Houston, TX.