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Darling joining Steinhardt law firm

By David Wildstein, March 11 2020 4:59 pm

Morris County Surrogate Heather Darling is joining one of the state’s most prestigious law firms that will help her continue to serve her clients on a day to day basis while she is the county’s full-time probate court judge.

She will be Of Counsel at Florio Perrucci, where she will join former Gov. Jim Florio, Republican State Chairman Doug Steinhardt, Camden County freeholder Louis Cappelli and other prominent officials.

Darling has run her own Morris County firm for the last sixteen years and was serving her first term as a freeholder when she stepped down in January to become surrogate.

As an elected judicial official, Darling has some limitations on her law practice that will be obviated by her new firm.

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