NAAG Roles

Faculty, Center for Legal Advocacy and Faculty Development

Michael Rubin is a Deputy Attorney General in New Jersey’s Department of Law & Public Safety, Division of Law. He has been a government lawyer for more than twelve years and also worked in two mid-sized law firms with diverse practice areas. He represents New Jersey’s public transportation agency in the areas of labor and employment law, commercial litigation, real estate, landlord/tenant practice, procurement, regulatory compliance, administrative law and appellate practice. Mr. Rubin was admitted to the Bar in 1997 and served an appellate clerkship. As a faculty member of NAGTRI and New Jersey’s Attorney General’s Advocacy Institute, he provides training in civil practice and trial advocacy to government lawyers. Mr. Rubin also teaches courses in Civil Litigation and Administrative Law in Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Paralegal Studies Program and is an adjunct instructor at Strayer University, teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in Business Law and Ethics.