MenuClose
Jack K. Hagerty
Cherry Hill Office

LibertyView
457 Haddonfield Road
Suite 600
Cherry Hill, NJ 08002

P: 856-488-7730
F: 856-488-7720

Biography

Jack Kincade Hagerty is an associate in Montgomery McCracken’s Litigation Department. He concentrates his practice on New Jersey appellate work and has broad experience in a range of areas including maritime and transportation law, commercial real estate, white collar defense, personal injury, products liability, and cannabis law.

Prior to joining Montgomery McCracken, Jack was a law clerk for the Honorable Richard J. Geiger in the New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division. During law school, Jack was a law clerk for Capehart & Scatchard, P.A., and a Judicial Intern and then Extern for the Honorable Noel L. Hillman in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey.

Selected Publications

  • Co-author, “Mind the (Casual) Gap: Plaintiffs’ Experts Fail To Tie Death To CTE, CTE To Football,” Sports Medicine and the Law, Winter 2020
  • Author, “Claim against City of Newark due to Failure to Provide Police Protection Barred by Immunity under Tort Claims Act,” Public Entity Newsletter, August 28, 2017
  • Author, “Plaintiff’s Liability Release Bars Her Personal Injury Claim against Health Club,” New Jersey Litigation Blog, July 21, 2017

Professional Activities & Achievements

  • Camden County Bar Association
  • New Jersey Bar Association

Academic Achievements

Jack earned a J.D. degree from Rutgers Law School. He was a student leader at Rutgers, where he served as the submissions editor for the Rutgers Journal of Law and Public Policy. He served as the President of the 2018 Graduating Class and received the Dean’s Award for Service to Rutgers Law School, the Pro Bono Publico Award for Significant Service, the James J. Manderino Award for Trial Advocacy, and the M. Donald Kepner Award for distinguished studies in Federal Jurisdiction. Jack was a member of the Trial Advocacy Competition Team, a research representative for LexisNexis, and a fellow in the Marshall Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project. He received a B.A. in English Literature and Composition from Rowan University.