ATLANTIC CITY – Cooper Levenson is pleased to announce that attorney Bard L. Shober of Ventnor has joined the firm’s personal injury practice group. Shober will be based in the firm’s Atlantic City office.
“Bard’s background in personal injury, medical malpractice and a variety of litigation matters will ideally complement the Cooper Levenson team,” said COO Kenneth J. Calemmo.
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Shober came to the firm from private practice in Pleasantville where he focused primarily on plaintiffs’ civil litigation, business law, real estate and complex litigation.
Outside of his practice, Shober has devoted countless hours to the Boy Scouts of America. He has served on the executive board of the BSA Jersey Shore Council for 10 years. He has been a Scoutmaster since 2009 and as a law merit badge counselor. Shober has been honored with the Atlantic District Service Award, the Atlantic District Award of Merit, and the R. Tate McKenzie statue. Shober has also served on the United Way of Atlantic County Allocation Review Committee and worked on their Going to Bat for Kids program.
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Shober is a member of the American Bar Association and the Atlantic County Bar Association. He has served as the co-editor of the ACBA newsletter, "The Docket.”