Cockerill, Craig & Moore, LLC Attorneys at Law

Solutions. Service. Experience.

Building Relationships. Providing Long-Term Solutions.

We at Cockerill, Craig & Moore, LLC are deeply rooted in the Woodbury community. We have worked diligently and with steadfast determination to provide the top-shelf legal services that our clients need and deserve. As experienced, skilled and accomplished attorneys who have a broad purview of the legal landscape, we provide representation for both plaintiffs and defendants.

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A Team That Is Active in The Legal and Local Community

As legal professionals, we are dedicated to staying on top of the issues that matter. Some of our highlights:

  • Christine Cockerill is recognized as one of the preeminent attorneys in South Jersey in family law and assisted reproductive technology. She received her law degree from the Villanova University School of Law and has practiced in Gloucester County for nearly 30 years. In addition to her law practice, Christine is a court-approved mediator for divorce and child custody disputes. She is active in numerous legal panels and initiatives, such as the Gloucester County Domestic Advisory Committee, and an active member of her parish (Church of the Incarnation) where she has taught religious education for 20-plus years.
  • Jeff Craig has taught at multiple CLE seminars on various aspects of civil litigation practice.  He has also taught business law as an adjunct professor at Rowan University.  Jeff has held public office, serving as Deputy Mayor of East Greenwich Township and as council member in the City of Woodbury.  Before holding elected office, Jeff was the President of Main Street Woodbury, Inc., as a board member on Woodbury Old City Restoration Committee, and as a baseball, soccer and basketball coach in both Wenonah and East Greenwich.  He currently serves on the Wenonah Shade Tree Committee and as Solicitor to the Burlington County Insurance Commission.
  • Barbara Barclay Moore was born and raised in Gloucester County, graduating as salutatorian of Clayton High School. After earning her law degree from the  Oklahoma City University School of Law, she returned to her roots and has practiced in South Jersey as a family law attorney for more than 25 years. Barbara is a court-appointed mediator and a panelist on the Matrimonial Early Settlement Panel for Gloucester, Camden and Salem counties. Outside of her profession, she is a Copper Certified Wrestling Coach through U.S.A. Wrestling and volunteers with the Susan G. Kommen Foundation breast cancer awareness charity.
  • John Grady is certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Civil Trial Attorney and is involved in several charitable and professional activities, including being a founding board member of the Vincent M. Maggitti Foundation for Cancer Research. John also serves as a judge during the annual Apruzzese High School Mock Trial Program sponsored by the New Jersey State Bar Association and has served on State Bar Sections and Committees including Solo and Small Firm, Business and Commercial Litigation, Appellate Practice, and Insurance Defense. John is also a supporter of the JustinTime Foundation.

Our collective goal is to build long-term relationships founded on integrity. We strive to always provide solutions-oriented service.

Get in Touch With Our Team for Tailored Counsel

Serving the needs of individuals, small to mid-size businesses and corporations. Our focus is on you. We bring our considerable skill, knowledge, experience and resources to bear on each matter we work on. Call 856-440-1231 to arrange a consultation. You can also reach out through our website contact email, and we will be in touch with you.

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