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In the early 1930s, Ralph Mason and Gordon Griffin met at a YMCA camp on the Delaware River where Mason was a counselor and Griffin was a camper. It was years later in 1948 when they began their lasting professional relationship and Mr. Griffin became an associate at the law firm of Montgomery and Mason located in the First National Bank building at the corner of Witherspoon and Nassau Streets in Princeton, New Jersey. In 1955, the partnership of Mason & Griffin was formed and, shortly after, Hervey Moore joined the firm and the name changed to Mason, Griffin & Moore. In 1956, Kester Pierson joined the firm as a law clerk and subsequently became a partner in 1965. In 1973, when Hervey Moore left to become a judge, the firm’s name was changed to Mason, Griffin & Pierson. After having offices at two other Nassau Street locations, the firm eventually settled at 101 Poor Farm Road in 1985. Presently, the firm has more than a dozen attorneys. Through its directors and associates, the firm continues to take active leadership positions in several professional organizations, including the Princeton Bar Association, the Mercer County Bar Association, the New Jersey State Bar Association, the New Jersey Institute of Local Government Attorneys, the New Jersey State League of Municipalities, the New Jersey Federation of Planning Officials, and the International Municipal Lawyers Association. Throughout its history, the firm has been committed to maintaining strong community ties. The firm’s attorneys have served on boards of directors of corporations, educational institutions, and other charitable organizations including, among many others, Big Brothers Big Sisters, the Rotary, and the YMCA.

  • NJ Golf Foundation Chairman’s Award

    Michael Rosenberg will be honored at the thirteenth annual New Jersey Golf Foundation Golf Classic on August 12 at the Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, New Jersey. Mason, Griffin & Pierson is pleased to be a sponsor of the event. The Foundation is the charitable arm of the New Jersey Section, PGA of America and was created to positively impact lives and communities through the game of golf. For more information go to www.njgolffoundation.org.

  • Girls on the Run Hosts a Somerset Patriots Baseball Family Fun Night

    Girls on the Run (GOTR) of Central New Jersey is hosting a “Family Fun Night” at Somerset Patriots Baseball Stadium in Bridgewater, New Jersey on Friday, September 20 starting at 7:05 PM. As a thank you and in recognition of its generous support over the years, Mason, Griffin & Pierson will be included in the GOTR suite at the event. GOTR is a 10 week program in the fall and spring for girls in grades 3 through 8 to help girls successfully navigate adolescence. The Girls on the Run curriculum combines training for a GOTR 5K running event with lessons that inspire girls to become independent thinkers, enhance their problem solving skills and make healthy decisions. GOTR of Central New Jersey serves Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, Camden and Somerset Counties. Associate Attorney, Nicole Sciotto is a member of the Advisory Board of Girls on the Run, Central New Jersey. For more information go to www.GOTRCNJ.org and to purchase tickets please visit www.somersetpatriots.com/tickets/groupportal; click “Group Portal Login” and enter group password “GOTR19”.

  • SAFE in Hunterdon

    The firm is pleased to support "An Evening of Hope" on Thursday, September 12 at the Riverside Ballroom at the Lambertville Station Inn in Lambertville, New Jersey. The fundraiser honors community leaders, Steve and Christine Little. The event will raise funds to help foster safety, empowerment and healing for survivors of domestic and sexual violence. For more information go to https://safeinhunterdon.org/.