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As of January 1, 2016, Christopher’s former law practice, Cavalli and McCann (with Partner, Brian P. McCann), merged with Callagy Law, P.C. His primary focus at Callagy Law is leading the firm’s new Family Law Department. He is a Certified Matrimonial Law Attorney (New Jersey Supreme Court, 2009). He is also a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association, Family Law Section as well as the Bergen County Bar Association, Family Law Committee. Christopher has lectured at ATLA (now NJAJ) and ICLE seminars.  He has been selected as a New Jersey Super Lawyer.  Christopher served as Law Clerk for the Honorable Gerald C. Escala in 1995-1996.


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Callagy Law

650 From Road
Suite 565
Paramus, NJ, 07652


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Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Ten Under FortyMatrimonial Law Attorneys of New Jersey2003
CV RatingMartindale-HubbellN/A
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
PartnerCallagy Law2016 - Present
PartnerCavalli and McCann2009 - 2015
AssociateRobert T. Concoran, P.C.1998 - 2009
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Moriarty v. Bradt, 827 A.2d 203 (N.J. 2003)N/A
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Publication nameTitleDate
New Jersey Law JournalNew Partners Yearbook 20162016
New Jersey Law JournalArbitration Pros and Cons2016
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
New England School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1995
Boston UniversityN/ABA - Bachelor of Arts1992
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Association of Trial Lawyers of America Boardwalk SeminarUsing a Financial Expert at a Deposition and as a Discovery Tool2002