HANOVER TOWNSHIP — Morris Plains Resident Terrence “TJ” Hull has been elected to serve a three-year term as a trustee of P.G. Chambers School in Cedar Knolls.
A lifelong Morris County resident, Hull has been an active volunteer for the school since 2019, most recently serving as co-chair for the school’s Walk.Run.Roll 5k in October 2022.
Hull achieved his undergraduate degree from Villanova University and graduated cum laude from New York Law School. While attending law school, TJ was a John Marshall Harlan Scholar and Staff Editor for the New York Law School Law Review.
A trial attorney with the Chatham-based law firm Blume Forte Fried Zerres & Molinari Hull focuses his practice on the plaintiff’s personal injury matters.
He is also a member of the New Jersey Association for Justice, Villanova University Alumni Association, and Morris County Bar Association. Beforehand, Hull worked for two prominent New Jersey law firms after serving a clerkship in the New Jersey Appellate Division.
Hull lives in Morris Plains with his wife Melissa and his daughter Quinn. They are expecting a second child any day.
Founded in 1954, P.G. Chambers School serves children and families from northern New Jersey, offering a wide range of educational and therapeutic programs designed to help children from birth to age 22 with learning, physical, speech-language, and sensory disorders develop the skills they need to realize their unique talents and capabilities.