McCarthy, John F.
Based in Princeton, New Jersey, John F. McCarthy III runs the McCarthy Law Firm. Prior to that he worked as an associate at Clapp and Eisenberg, a Newark firm, as director, and a shareholder at McCarthy and Schatzman.
He also served as the assistant deputy public advocate for the Division Rate Counsel and Hearing Examiner for the Office of Cable Television for the State of New Jersey. He was also the founder and president of Princeton Cablevision, Princeton’s first cable television network.
McCarthy is an accomplished writer, especially on topics of Irish interest. He penned Joyce’s Dublin: A Walking Guide to Ulysses and Planning Ireland’s Future, The Legacy of T.K. Whitaker.
A graduate of Princeton and the University of Pennsylvania School of Law, McCarthy’s Irish roots lie in counties Kilkenny and Clare.
A lifelong soccer devotee, he is chairman of Limerick 37 FC in Co. Limerick, Ireland's second oldest continuously operated football club, and regularly travels overseas to direct the club's operations.
McCarthy is a member of the Bedens Brook Club, the Nassau Club, the Princeton Club of New York, the Tournament Players Club of Princeton and Royal Dublin Society.
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