Pete Jamison Appointed to Board of Trustees for Bancroft Rehabilitation Services

Archer’s Pete Jamison, an Associate in the Environmental Law Group, has been appointed to the Board of Trustees for Bancroft Rehabilitation Services (BRS), a subsidiary of Bancroft, a nonprofit organization based in Haddonfield, N.J.

BRS shares a common mission to Bancroft, as it relates to providing specialized services for individuals with autism, brain injuries and other intellectual or developmental disabilities. The goal of BRS is for each individual to fully participate in community activities, social relationship development, religious, recreational and cultural opportunities throughout a lifetime. BRS strives to provide supports that are specifically geared to an individual’s unique strengths and needs.

Mr. Jamison, who worked at Bancroft for 10 years, including while attending Rutgers Law School-Camden, shares the organization’s vision of providing and promoting person centered support and services to those in need.

Mr. Jamison’s practice emphasizes environmental counseling, regulatory compliance and environmental litigation representing clients in matters involving state and federal statutes. He assists in counseling clients on a variety of federal environmental laws and their state counterparts, including compliance with the Clean Air and Water Acts, and the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act.

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