Morton Weber is a business and community leader with over 40 years of service to Long Island. He is one of Long Island’s foremost commercial real estate, zoning, and land use attorneys and is responsible for representing clients on development projects that define Long Island’s landscape. Morton’s legal career has been driven by a “client-first” approach which has resulted in client relationships spanning decades. Morton is as active in the legal practice today as he has ever been and the projects he works on contribute significantly to economic development on Long Island.
Throughout his career, Morton has lead business, community, and philanthropic organizations which have positively impacted the lives of Long Islanders and people throughout the world. He served as both Chairman of the Board and President of Advancement for Commerce, Industry, and Technology (ACIT) during ACIT’s most robust growth period as well as a member of ACIT’s Board of Directors for many years. In addition to Morton’s service to ACIT, he served as Chairman of Israel Bonds of Suffolk County, as President of the Jewish National Fund, and as a member of the Boards of Directors of the United Way of Long Island, the American Diabetes Association, and the American Cancer Society. Morton also provided early support for the founding of the Suffolk Y-JCC and the Jewish Academy.
Morton received a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Tulane University and a Juris Doctor degree from Brooklyn Law School.