About William Riback
William Riback is a New Jersey attorney who has been hailed for his advocacy skills while fighting for citizens’ rights. For over two decades, William has successfully tried state and federal cases to help people receive justice. As the co-counsel in a New Jersey class action against Rent-A-Center, William Riback helped to win a substantial settlement on behalf of 100,000 consumers, and this is one of the many large-scale settlements he has won for his clients. William’s areas of expertise include employee discrimination, criminal cases, civil rights, and class action suits. He is known for being a straight-shooting, fair appellate attorney with first-rate research and communication skills.
As the Founder and Managing Partner of The Law Offices of William Riback, he has spent nearly three decades establishing a loyal customer base of happy clients. The law has always been a career choice for William. After high school, he chose to major in Political Science at Richard Stockton College for his bachelor’s degree. He then continued his education by attending American University, where he earned his Juris Doctorate.
After graduation, William spent two years clerking, during which time he drafted motions for search and seizure and investigated a death penalty case that resulted in an acquittal. As the campaign field director for New Jersey 6th District Congressman Frank Pallone, William Riback Identified, recruited, and motivated volunteers. He then served as part of external communications in the Office of Public Liaison for the Clinton Administration and prepared the briefing of the landmark Clinton budget.
William also worked for years, gaining experience as a per diem researcher for criminal attorneys and as a researcher in the Office of Transition for the Clinton Administration. While working in the criminal division at the Office of Public Defender Camden County, NJ, William Riback drafted motions such as search and seizure, plea arguments, and motions to dismiss.
As a defender with Juvenile Defense Services, William conducted pre-trial hearings, negotiated plea agreements, and collaborated with other Public Defenders. While employed at the Camden County Public Defender’s Office, William represented parents who were in danger of losing their parental rights, advised counseling services, and participated in hearings and trials.
Among his peers, William has been recognized for his diligent appellate research and advocacy skills, along with his tactical and strategic decision-making. He performs pro bono legal work as general counsel for organizations such as Kollel of Cherry Hill in his spare time.