Guillermo C. Artiles, Esq.


Trustee - Region 1 (Hudson County)

Guillermo Carlo Artiles is a senior associate at McCarter & English LLP, focusing on federal litigation, especially intellectual property & information technology. Previously, he was corporate counsel at Greenskies Renewable Energy LLC, the largest commercial & industrial solar energy company in the United States. 

Prior to entering the business world, Guillermo served as a judicial law clerk to United States District Court Judge Esther Salas in the District of New Jersey. Before his government service, he was an associate at the law firm of McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter LLP. Before that, he worked in the Intergovernmental Affairs Group in the Office of the Governor of New Jersey, as the Governor’s Executive Fellow from Rutgers University’s Eagleton Institute of Politics.

Guillermo received a B.A. in Government from Hamilton College and a J.D. from Rutgers University School of Law.  In law school, he was Articles Editor of the Rutgers Law Review, President of the Student Bar Association, and Vice President of the Association of Latin American Law Students. At graduation, he was awarded the American Bar Association & American Law Institute Prize, an honor recognizing the graduate who best represents a combination of scholarship and leadership.

In the community, Guillermo serves as Trustee of the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey; Deputy Regional President (Region II) of the Hispanic National Bar Association; General Counsel to Hijos Del Exilio; Board Member of The Waterfront Project, Full Court Peace, Cuba Study Group, #CubaNow, and New Jersey Legal & Education Empowerment Project; Founding Treasurer of New Cuba PAC; Alumni Recruiter for Hamilton College.

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