(March 14, 1938 – March 7, 2009)

Steve Moses was born in the Bronx. During his childhood, his family moved to New Jersey. After graduating from high school in Teaneck, New Jersey, he earned his B.A. from Rutgers University and his J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania.

Moses served as Chair of the Firm’s Government Relations Practice Group. He represented businesses in a wide range of industries in their relations with government agencies at the local, county, state and federal level for over three decades.

Moses was active in New Jersey politics, advising and raising money for Democratic candidates. He worked on the campaigns of Jim Florio and Jon Corzine, both running for Governor of New Jersey, as well as helping manage Robert Torricelli’s campaigns for the U.S. House and Senate. He even ran for office himself in 1965, losing his bid for a New Jersey Assembly seat.

Moses also served the community, including as Chairman of the Bergen Community College Foundation and Chairman of the Bergen Community College Board of Trustees. He was appointed by the then New Jersey Governor to the New Jersey Educational Facilities Authority and by President George W. Bush as a Trustee of the Christopher Columbus Fellowship Foundation.

Hallmarks were his dedication to politics and community work, his high intellect, and his ability to tell a great story or deliver a joke flawlessly.