NJICLE Honors Anne S. Babineau with 2020 Distinguished Service Award


The New Jersey State Bar Association’s Institute for Continuing Legal Education (NJICLE) is honoring Anne S. Babineau with its Distinguished Service Award at the Excellence in CLE Awards Reception to be held in person and on Zoom this evening, September 12, 2022. The 2020 and 2021 honorees are being awarded together tonight due to COVID-19 delays.

Recognized for her prominent redevelopment work in New Jersey, she has served as a speaker, planning chair, and as moderator of the annual NJICLE Redevelopment Law Institute, which she helped to develop since 2004. She is also a regular speaker for seminars and author on redevelopment and real estate throughout New Jersey for ICLE and other real estate organizations.

In her real estate practice, Anne represents developers, investors, owners, tenants, and governmental entities, structuring transactions, obtaining government approvals, counseling clients regarding tax abatement and property acquisitions and sales, all often in the context of public-private redevelopment partnerships.

Disclaimer: The NJICLE, a non-profit, is a joint venture of the New Jersey State Bar Association, Rutgers/The State University of New Jersey, and Seton Hall University. The selection process involves the NJICLE professional staff compiling a list of candidates each year. The list is of attorneys and judges who have consistently made significant contributions to NJICLE and continuing legal education over a number of years. The list is sent to the NJSBA CLE Advisory Committee for their review, and they select the attorneys and judges to recommend to the NJSBA Board of Trustees. The board then votes in favor of those recommendations. No aspect of this advertisement has been submitted to or approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.