Christine Hanlon

Clerk, Monmouth County

Christine Hanlon, Esq. was elected Monmouth County Clerk in November 2015. Previously, Hanlon was of counsel to the law firm of Archer & Greiner, PC.. She practiced law for over 20 years with a focus on government affairs and municipal law. She is also a former commissioner on the Monmouth County Board of Elections. Hanlon received her law degree from Fordham University in 1992, following her graduation from Barnard College, Columbia University. After law school, she was law clerk to the Honorable A. Simon Chrein, chief United States magistrate judge for the Eastern District of New York. She then served as an assistant district attorney in Bronx County, New York, prosecuting white collar, narcotics and violent felony cases as a member of the Arson and Economic Crime Unit. Hanlon currently serves as first vice president of the Monmouth County Bar Association and is a trustee for the Monmouth County Bar Foundation. She is also a former president of the Greater Ocean Township Chamber of Commerce. She served on the Ocean Township Human Services Alliance Council as well as the Ocean Township Community Emergency Response Team.