About Keating Law Firm

About Christopher J. Keating

Christopher J. Keating, Esq. is an experienced attorney and dedicated advocate whose practice focuses on representing employees suffering from unlawful conduct by their employers, people injured in accidents through no fault of their own, victims of Civil Rights violations, and survivors of sexual abuse, assault, and harassment.

Keating Law Firm accepts clients and cases in every county in New Jersey. Cases accepted by Keating Law Firm are handled directly by Mr. Keating. New files are not pushed off onto a new associate or paralegal.

Keating Law Firm cannot guarantee any specific results, but it does commit to providing high-quality legal representation throughout the attorney-client relationship in every matter. To provide the highest-quality service, Keating Law Firm consistently communicates with clients and keeps them involved and updated throughout the entirety of their matter. Each client receives the time and attention they deserve and is treated with dignity and respect throughout the process.

Christopher Keating

Before entering the private sector, Mr. Keating completed a clerkship in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Family Part, in Middlesex County. He then served as a Deputy Attorney General in the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General’s Division of Criminal Justice, where he prosected and secured convictions in matters of public corruption, fraud and theft committed against government agencies, and matters concerning wage-theft and dangerous work conditions committed against exploited workers.

For his outstanding work combating government fraud and abuse, Mr. Keating received awards and recognition from the United States Department of Labor and the United States Postal Service.

In 2021, Mr. Keating was recognized as a “New Leader of the Bar” by the New Jersey Law Journal. In 2020, he was named “Young Lawyer of the Year” by the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division.

While at Seton Hall Law, Mr. Keating won the law school’s moot court competition after arguing the final round before United States Supreme Court Justice Sonya Sotomayor.

Mr. Keating is licensed to practice law in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and New York, and is admitted to practice in two federal district courts: the District of New Jersey and the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. He is a Trustee of the New Jersey State Bar Association and the Camden County Bar Association, and a member of the Burlington County Bar Association and the New Jersey Association for Justice.

No aspect of the above-referenced awards has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey or the American Bar Association. A description of the standard or methodology used by those organizations can be found on those organizations’ websites.