John Wiley, Jr.



Founder and Partner John Wiley, Jr., Esq. is a lifelong resident of the Borough of Metuchen, New Jersey, where he was the Mayor for 12 years and served as a Council Member for six years prior to being Mayor. After receiving a BS in Political Science from La Salle University, John earned his JD from Seton Hall Law School. He has been practicing law in Middlesex County for close to 50 years, with a focus on land use applications and transactions, land development, business closings, and residential and commercial real estate.

John has been Chairman of the Middlesex County Utilities Authority for the last three years, which runs the county’s central sewage and landfills. He is also a Dismal Swamp Preservation Commission attorney.

Additionally, John is a St. Francis Finance Council Member in Metuchen. He is also on the Board of Trustees for the Edison Wetlands Association and a member of the Edison Greenways Association. John also gives back to his community; his pro bono work includes working with the Peter J. Barnes III Wildlife Preserve in Metuchen, Edison, and Plainfield, New Jersey.

John is committed to the legal work he does in his hometown and county. He enjoys spending his free time with his son, Kevin.