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Andrew Gimigliano. (Photo: Mandelbaum Salsburg).

Gimigliano named counsel to legislative redistricting tiebreaker

By David Wildstein, November 03 2021 12:53 pm

Legislative Apportionment Commission Chairman Philip Carchman has named Andrew Gimigliano as his special counsel.

Gimigliano, who served as a research assistant to the tiebreaker on Congressional Redistricting Commission in 2011, served as a law clerk to Supreme Court Justice Jaynee LaVecchia and was of counsel to O’Toole Scrivo, the law firm of former State Sen. Kevin O’Toole (R-Cedar Grove).

Carchman picked by Chief Justice Stuart Rabner to be on the tiebreaker on the panel that will redraw New Jersey’s 40 legislative districts for the 2023 election.

A partner at Mandelbaum Salsburg, where he is part of the white collar criminal defense practice, Gimigliano was the editor-in-chief of the Rutgers Law Review.   He has worked on amicus curiae briefs for the American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey and the Rutgers Constitutional Rights Clinic.

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