C. Regan Almonor, Esq. - Class of 1987
C. Regan Almonor graduated from the Asbury Park High School among the top of his class in 1987. While a Blue Bishop, he served as Senior Class President and Key Club President. He also received numerous awards and honors.
Mr. Almonor possesses over eight years of experience as a practicing attorney and five years of teaching experience in higher education. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree, summa cum laude and later returned to his alma mater, Rutgers University, as an adjunct professor. He currently teaches English Composition, Law and Computers at Middlesex County College. He also edits for an international legislative course of his law school alma mater, Boston University School of Law.
C. Regan Almonor has written several published articles, earned various professional honors and holds licenses to practice law in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, the District of Columbia, and the United States District Court for the District of NJ, with a license pending in New York. He has served in a private civil practice law firm and a prosecutor's office. Mr. Almonor now practices public interest law. His cases include a landmark class decision invalidating New Jersey's regulatory definition of assistance units, thereby broadening the class of children eligible for state and federal benefits.
C. Regan Almonor is a founder of the Garden State Bar Association Young Lawyers Division and past chair of the National Bar Association - YLD. He is an American Bar Association MIPC scholar and was appointed to the Affiliate Assistance Team of the American Bar Association. Mr. Almonor is an active member of the Cathedral International Church in Perth Amboy, Plainfield and Asbury Park, NJ.