|James T. Bryce’s practice concentrates in the areas of municipal government counseling
and litigation, condemnation law and land use and zoning law, which includes
representing clients in litigation and before various land use boards. Mr. Bryce also
regularly appears on property tax matters before the Tax Court of New Jersey and County
Boards of Taxation. Mr. Bryce has argued multiple matters before the Appellate
Division of the New Jersey Superior Court and has filed legal arguments with the New
Jersey Supreme Court and the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Bryce handles all types
of real estate matters, including closings, landlord/tenant issues and lease
agreements and also counsels private corporations and limited liability entities. Mr.
Bryce has also had occasion to represent various individuals in election contests. Prior
to joining the firm in 2003, Mr. Bryce received his Juris Doctor degree from Seton Hall
University School of Law, where he was a Fellow in the Academic Support Program. Mr.
Bryce received his Bachelor of Arts degree Magna Cum Laude from Seton Hall University,
where he received the Departmental Honors Citation in Sociology.