Craig Jeffrey Huber

After clerking in the Federal District Court of New Jersey with the Honorable Mitchell Cohen Craig served as a Deputy Attorney General (“DAG”) for 9 years.

As a DAG he represented the State in tort and contract matters a number of which went to jury trials and he also handled any appeals.  Subsequently, he prosecuted child abuse and neglect matters for the Division of Youth & Family Services and many of these cases were resolved by non-jury trials.  Thereafter, he served as lead counsel for the newly created Office of the Public Guardian where he protected the rights of the disabled elderly.  Finally, he served as a unit leader representing the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (“NJDEP”) and the Hackensack Meadowlands Commission in both litigation and regulatory matters.  While serving as a unit leader he also served as chief counsel and prosecutor for the New Jersey Racing Commission (“NJRC”).  As counsel for the NJDEP and NJRC he litigated matters in both the Superior Court and Office of Administrative Law (“OAL”)

Since joining Archer in 1990, Craig has focused his work on handling environmental litigation, insurance coverage, land use,  and regulatory matters.  He has litigated matters in both the Federal and State Courts as well as the New Jersey OAL.  His experience also includes representing clients before zoning and planning boards as well as in municipal court.  His practice also includes advising clients on environmental issues associated with real estate and commercial transactions. His work involves interaction and representation of clients in matters involving both governmental agencies such as the USEPA, NJDEP and local agencies, as well as private parties.  He also represents clients in commercial litigation matters.

Representative Experience

  • Represented NJ Transit, NJDOT, NDOC, NJ State Police and other State agencies in tort and contract litigation
  • Represented NJDYFS in child abuse/neglect cases
  • Represented NJ Office of Public Guardian protecting disabled senior citizens
  • Represented NJDEP, Hackensack Meadowlands Commission, NJRC and NJ Division of Pensions in both litigation and regulatory matters
  • Represented private clients, from individuals to international corporations, in litigation involving environmental matters in State and Federal Court as well as in the New Jersey Administrative Law
  • Represented clients in litigation solely between private parties, as well as in matters involving governmental agencies
  • Represented client before planning and zoning boards, as well as in municipal court

Professional And Community Involvement

  • Member of Camden and New Jersey State Bar Associations – Environmental Section
  • Served on Board of Directors of Settlement Music School and Ritz Theatre
  • Former Member of Governor’s Counsel on Child Abuse
    Caring Hearts AIDS Coalition
  • Formerly served on Haddon Heights School Board, Haddon Heights Environmental Commission and as an Elder at First Presbyterian Church of Haddonfield

Awards And Recognition

  • Member of Rutgers-Camden Law Journal
  • Editor Rutgers Advocate
  • Graduated Magna Cum Laude from Rutgers-Camden Law School
  • Named Outstanding Lawyer in numerous periodicals in fields of environmental litigation and regulatory affairs
  • Named a “Top Attorney” by SJ Magazine (Regulatory Government, 2014)


  • Innocent Purchaser Defense Under NJ Spill Act, Reprinted with permission from the July 15, 2013 edition of New Jersey Law Journal By: Craig J. Huber
  • Tick, Tock: Appellate Court Starts the Clock on Spill Act Contribution Claims, Reprinted with permission from the November 25, 2013, edition of New Jersey Law Journal. © 2013 ALM Media Properties, LLC. All rights reserved. Further duplication without permission is prohibited.) By: David Edelstein and Craig Huber
  • Articles have been published in Rutgers-Camden Law Journal
  • Numerous articles in Legal Periodicals including New Jersey Law Journal on various topics associated with environmental law
  • Numerous presentations for NJSBA, NBI, NJ Chemistry Council, as well as other organizations


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