Tariq H. Chaudhri
“I consider myself very lucky to have the opportunity to take the benefit of my education back to my hometown to serve the residents here.”
Tariq H. Chaudhri has been a member of the litigation team at Rosner & Tucker, P.C. since 2010. A longtime resident of Cumberland County, he graduated from Vineland High School, where he received top honors. Tariq received his law degree from The College of New Jersey, where he interned at the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General.
Tariq’s commitment to helping people began early in his legal career. In law school, he provided pro bono legal services to low-income individuals. As a litigator, he devotes his practice to assisting people who have been injured due to others’ negligence. As a member of the firm’s litigation team, he helps manage the pre-litigation department in addition to his work as a trial lawyer. He has taken numerous cases to verdict, including a $200,000 jury award in Cumberland County for injuries resulting from a motor vehicle collision.
Tariq is a member of the New Jersey Association for Justice, where he serves on the Board of Governors. He also holds membership in the American Association for Justice, the American Bar Association, and the New Jersey Chapter of the South Asian Bar Association. He is also Co-Chair of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee for the Minority Trial Lawyers Caucus. Tariq dedicates a significant amount of his time to several volunteer, charity, and pro bono activities.
- Member, New Jersey State Bar
- Member, United States District Court Bar for the District of New Jersey
- New Jersey Association for Justice https://www.nj-justice.org/
- American Association for Justice https://www.justice.org/
- New Jersey State Bar Association http://www.njsba.com/
- Cumberland County Bar Association
- American Bar Association
- South Asian Bar Association-New Jersey Chapter
- Asian & Pacific-American Lawyers Association of New Jersey
- B.S., Cum Laude, The College of New Jersey (2005)
- J.D., University of Florida, Levin College of Law (2009)
“No man is above the law, and no man is below it.”
– Theodore Roosevelt