William Riback is a New Jersey attorney lauded for his advocacy abilities in the defense of individuals’ rights.
William has successfully prosecuted state and federal cases for over two decades, assisting individuals in obtaining justice. As co-counsel in a New Jersey class action against Rent-A-Center, William Riback assisted in securing a significant payment on behalf of 100,000 consumers, one of several large-scale settlements he has obtained for his clients. Employee discrimination, criminal charges, civil rights, and class action lawsuits are among William’s areas of competence. He is well-known as a straight-shooting, reasonable appellate counsel with superior research and communication abilities.
He has spent over three decades building a loyal customer base of satisfied clients as the Founder and Managing Partner of The Law Offices of William Riback. William has always desired a career in law. Following high school, he opted to pursue a bachelor’s degree in Political Science at Richard Stockton College. He subsequently completed his study at American University, earning a Juris Doctorate.
William clerked for two years following graduation, during which time he wrote search and seizure petitions and investigated a death sentence case that resulted in an acquittal. William Riback identified, recruited, and inspired volunteers as the campaign field director for New Jersey 6th District Congressman Frank Pallone. He subsequently worked in external communications for the Clinton Administration’s Office of Public Liaison, where he produced the briefing for the historic Clinton budget.
William also worked for years as a per diem researcher for criminal attorneys and researcher in the Clinton Administration’s Office of Transition. William Riback wrote motions such as search and seizure, plea arguments, and motions to dismiss while working in the criminal section of the Office of the Public Defender in Camden County, New Jersey.
William handled pre-trial hearings, made plea deals, and cooperated with other Public Defenders while working for Juvenile Defense Services. While working at the Camden County Public Defender’s Office, William defended parents facing the loss of parental rights, recommended counseling programs, and testified at hearings and trials.
William has been acknowledged by his colleagues for his thorough appellate research and advocacy abilities, as well as his tactical and strategic decision-making abilities. In his leisure time, he volunteers as general counsel for groups such as Kollel of Cherry Hill.