Amanda C. Wolfe
Amanda C. Wolfe’s practice is focused on zoning and land use law and estate and trust litigation. She has significant experience representing municipal zoning and planning boards throughout Somerset, Union, Hunterdon and Morris Counties. Amanda currently represents the Chatham Township Board of Adjustment, Borough of New Providence Board of Adjustment and Borough of New Providence Planning Board.
Since 2021, Amanda has been recognized as a New Jersey Super Lawyer Rising Star, a designation received by no more than 2.5% of lawyers in practice for 10 years or less in the State of New Jersey. She serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Land Use Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association.
Amanda served as a law clerk in the Chancery Division to both the Honorable Katherine R. Dupuis, P.J. Ch/P.J.F.P. (ret.) and the Honorable Frederic S. Kessler, P.J.Ch. (Ret.). While attending law school, Amanda interned for the Office of the Attorney General – Consumer Affairs Division, the Honorable Paul Armstrong J.S.C. (ret.), the Honorable Frederic S. Kessler, P.J.Ch. (ret.) and Florida Institutionalized Legal Services.
Amanda co-authored, with Dennis M. Galvin, "Resolution Compliance: The Board Attorney's Perspective," published in the August 2023 New Jersey Lawyer, Land Use Edition.
University of Florida - Levin College of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2012
Fairleigh Dickinson University, M.A., B.A., Industrial/Organizational Psychology, 2009
Union County Bar Association
New Jersey State Bar Association, Board of Directors, Land Use Section
New Jersey State Bar Association