About Hadyn Proctor

The Haydn Proctor Inn of Court in the Monmouth County Vicinage specializes in teaching general trial techniques as well as areas of specialty in civil, criminal, and matrimonial practice. The Haydn Proctor Inn of Court proudly counts among its members distinguished justices, judges, and members of the bar. The Haydn Proctor Inn of Court particularly emphasizes collegiality, civility, and professionalism among attorneys and judges.The Inn is currently accepting applications from prospective attorney applicants the second session of the Inn which commences in October, 2013.

Please note that attorneys with 10 or more years of legal experience are denoted as Masters, Attorneys with more than 3 years but less than 10 years are denoted as Barristers and Attorneys with less than 3 years experience are denoted as Associates.

Jonathan H. Lomurro, Esq. LLM., is the current President of the Haydn Proctor Inn of Court, which is the Monmouth County adjunct of the National American Inns of Court Program. Jonathan H. Lomurro is serving for the 2015-2017 term.

Certified Trial Attorneys are eligible to receive credit for continuing legal education and satisfaction of the requirements of the Board on Trial Attorney Certification. The Inn has also been approved as a CLE provider for the New Jersey Mandatory Continuing Legal Education program.

Applications for membership in the Inn and a check for the dues payable to the Haydn Proctor Inn of Court should be promptly submitted to Philip Jacobowitz, Esq., Attn: Renee Altshul, Executive Secretary, P.O. Box 609, Oakhurst, NJ 07755-0609. If anyone has any questions or would like further information, please contact Jonathan H. Lomurro, Esq. LLM, at (732) 414-0300 or email at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

OUR MISSION:

l.  To establish a society of judges , lawyers , legal educators , law students and others, to promote excellence in legal advocacy in accordance with the Professional Creed of the American Inns of Court;

2 . To foster greater understanding of and appreciation for the adversary system of dispute resolution in American law, with particular emphasis on ethics , civility, professionalism and legal skills;

3. To provide significant educational experiences that will improve and enhance the abilities of lawyers as counselors and advocates and of judges as adjudicators and judicial administrators;

4.To promote interaction and collegiality among all legal professionals in order to avoid or minimize misapprehensions , misconceptions and failures of communication that obstruct the effective practice of law;

5.To facilitate the development of law students, recent law school graduates, and less experienced lawyers as skilled participants in the American court system;

6.To preserve and transmit ethical values from one generation of legal professionals to the next; and

7 .To build upon the genius and strengths of the common law and the English Inns of Court and to renew and inspire joy and zest ln legal advocacy as a service worthy of constant effort and learning.