Jason Cherchia’s practice focuses on the representation of municipal and governmental entities, with a primary focus on land use and real property municipal tax appeals before the Tax Court of New Jersey. Mr. Cherchia also has experience advising clients regarding land use, affordable housing and foreclosure issues as well as federal and state income tax matters. Prior to joining Antonelli Kantor, Mr. Cherchia was an associate at a northern New Jersey law firm where he represented a wide-range of municipal clients on land use and tax issues. Mr. Cherchia also clerked in the chambers of the Hon. Joseph M. Andresini, P.J.T.C. of the Tax Court of New Jersey.
Mr. Cherchia earned a Bachelor of Arts from the George Washington University in 2011. Subsequently, he earned his J.D. from Seton Hall University School of law in 2014, where he participated in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program and completed an externship at the Internal Revenue Service. Later, he went on to complete his L.L.M. in taxation from the New York University School of Law in 2020.