Steven Mignogna Reappointed Chair of American Bar Association Group

Steven K. Mignogna, Chair of the Estate and Trust Litigation Practice at Archer & Greiner P.C., has been reappointed to a second term as Chair of the Litigation, Ethics and Malpractice Group of the American Bar Association (ABA).

As Chair of the ABA Group, Mr. Mignogna has overall leadership responsibility. Among its activities, the Group:

  • Reviews national developments related to trust, estate and fiduciary litigation matters;
  • Addresses ethics and malpractice issues affecting trust and estate lawyers;
  • Educates members on national trends through efforts such as continuing legal education programs and articles; and
  • Analyzes litigation, ethics and malpractice disputes that impact estate planning, administration or any other litigation or controversy.

Mr. Mignogna has been active in the Litigation, Ethics and Malpractice Group for many years, including having previously served as Vice Chair for two years. He is also former Chair of the ABA’s Probate and Fiduciary Litigation Committee, which, like the Group, are part of the ABA’s Section of Real Property, Trust & Estate Law.

The ABA is one of the world’s largest voluntary professional organizations, with nearly 400,000 members and more than 3,500 entities. It is committed to improving the legal profession, eliminating bias and enhancing diversity, and advancing the rule of law throughout the United States and around the world.

Mr. Mignogna, of Voorhees, N.J., is a Partner and shareholder in Archer & Greiner’s Haddonfield office. He focuses his practice on commercial litigation, with a concentration on probate matters, estates, fiduciaries, guardianships and real estate. He has lectured and published extensively both locally and nationally. Mr. Mignogna is principal author of the treatise, Estate and Trust Litigation, and editor and contributing author of The New Jersey Estate Planning Manual and The New Jersey Probate Procedures Book, all published by the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education.