Seton Hall University Law School, J.D.
Rutgers University Graduate School of Mgt., C.P.M.
Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations, Certification in Public Sector Labor Relations
Rutgers University, B.A.
State of New Jersey
Federal District Court for the Third Circuit
Third Circuit Court of Appeals
New Jersey State Bar Association
American Bar Association
Garden State Bar Association
Leslie G. London joined the firm in 1987, and since that time has been involved in various aspects of general counsel and litigation work for the firm.
Leslie currently serves as general, special, COAH and/or labor counsel for several municipalities and municipal utilities authorities. She currently serves as Labor Counsel for the Ewing Lawrence Sewerage Authority and the South Jersey Port Commission, and as COAH Counsel for the Township of Parsippany Troy-Hills, Borough of Red Bank, the Borough of Atlantic Highlands, the Borough of Freehold and the Township of Chatham. Leslie also serves as Special Counsel/Administrator to the Court in the Borough of Englewood Cliffs' COAH proceedings. Leslie also serves as Special Cannabis Counsel for the Borough of Keyport and Labor Counsel for the Borough of South River and the Township of North Brunswick.
Leslie concentrates her practice in the areas of Municipal Law, Public Contracts Law, Construction Law including design-build projects, Employment and Labor Law, Redevelopment Law, COAH, Cannibis Law, and Wastewater and Solid Waste and Recycling Planning, Implementation, Enforcement and Regulation. In addition, she devotes a portion of her time to monitoring, analyzing and drafting state and federal legislation and regulations, advising clients on “pay-to-play” issues and preparing election compliance reports for political action committees and other continuing political committees.
Prior to joining McManimon, Scotland & Baumann, LLC, Leslie served for three years as New Jersey Director of Constituent Services for U.S. Senator Frank R. Lautenberg, specializing in small business and government procurement issues. Before that, she worked for eight years in various New Jersey State government agencies including, the Election Law Enforcement Commission as an Election Finance Analyst; the New Jersey Division of Motor Vehicles Bureau of Agencies as Acting Bureau Chief of Agencies; the Department of the Public Advocate as a Field Representative and the New Jersey Office of Legislative Services, Division of Program Analysis as a Program Analyst.
Leslie received her B.A. degree in Political Science from Rutgers University in 1977, her Certification (C.P.M.) as a Public Manager in 1984 from Rutgers University Graduate School of Management/N.J. Department of Civil Service and her J.D. from Seton Hall Law School in 1988. In June 2009, Leslie received Certification in Public Sector Labor Relations from the Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations. She is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association and the American Bar Association. Ms. London is a frequent speaker on public contract and procurement law matters, design-build construction and pay-to-play issues.