Christopher P. Weidman
“Proper representation requires more than knowing the law, it requires getting to know our clients.”
Christopher P. Weidman joined Rosner & Tucker P.C. in 2014 after working in the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General, where he represented the New Jersey Department of Education in matters involving school districts and their employees. Christopher also interned in the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice in the Financial Crimes Bureau. In his work as a trial lawyer, he combines his knowledge and experience with his passion for helping others and protecting his clients’ rights.
Chris has lectured in the legal community and has spoken to fellow attorneys at seminars sponsored by the New Jersey Association for Justice. In 2016, Chris was invited to present at the NJAJ Boardwalk Seminar as one of the NJAJ’s Rising Stars.
Chris was born and raised in South Jersey and grew up in Gloucester County. He graduated from the Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Finance and Minor in Business Law. Chris received his law degree from the Rutgers Camden School of Law. During his time at Rutgers, Chris was a senior editor of the Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion and a Certified Legal Intern in the Rutgers Civil Practice Clinic. He also served as President of the New Jersey Association for Justice, Rutgers Student Chapter and was a co-founder of the Rutgers 501(c)(3) Non Profit Formation Project. Chris received the Dean’s Publico Award for Exceptional Service in recognition of his extensive pro bono work in the Camden community.
Chris is licensed to practice law in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
- Member, NJ State Bar (2013)
- Member, PA State Bar (2013)
- Member, United States District Court Bar for the District of New Jersey (2015)
- Member, New Jersey Association for Justice
- Member, Cumberland County Bar Association
- B.S. Pennsylvania State University 2010
- J.D. Rutgers Camden School of Law 2013
“True, we [lawyers] build no bridges. We raise no towers. We construct no engines. We paint no pictures – unless as amateurs for our own principal amusement. There is little of all that we do which the eye of man can see. But we smooth out difficulties; we relieve stress; we correct mistakes; we take up other men’s burdens and by our efforts we make possible the peaceful life of men in a peaceful state.”
-John W. Davis