Aaron Kesselman practices in all areas of civil litigation at Hankin Sandman Palladino Weintrob & Bell, with particular focus on residential and commercial real estate transactions, the Uniform Commercial Code, zoning, and construction law.
A graduate of Princeton University, Mr. Kesselman played Division I ice hockey for four years and was named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team in 2013, 2014, and 2015. Following his undergraduate commencement, he devoted one year to tutoring middle and high school students in Florida before matriculating to Vermont Law School. In addition to receiving a merit scholarship, Mr. Kesselman twice earned the Haneman-Perskie Memorial Foundation
Scholarship from the Atlantic County Bar Association while enrolled in the law school’s
two-year accelerated J.D. program. He graduated magna cum laude and earned a Certificate
in Experiential Advocacy.
Prior to joining Hankin Sandman Palladino Weintrob & Bell, Mr. Kesselman served as a law
clerk for the Honorable Arnold L. Natali Jr., J.A.D. in the Appellate Division of the Superior
Court of New Jersey. He is a proud member of the American, New Jersey, and Atlantic County
Bar Associations, and of The Florida Bar.