Habitat for Humanity partners with low income people in the community to help them build or improve a place they can call home. The organization has built 50 affordable homes in Hunterdon and Somerset counties since its founding 25 years ago, and three houses are currently under construction.
A resident of Hillsborough, McKeown concentrates his practice on a variety of civil and commercial litigation with an emphasis on real estate related matters, centered on real estate contract disputes, contractor disputes, construction lien and title issues, foreclosure, partition actions, and access issues under New Jersey environmental statutes. McKeown has extensive experience handling commercial lease negotiations and related disputes and has tried scores of bench trials, as well as jury trials, throughout his career on behalf of commercial landlords, tenants, and others.
In addition to his litigation practice, McKeown has extensive experience representing sellers and purchasers in commercial real estate transactions.
McKeown also serves as President on the Board of Directors of the ARC of Somerset County, an organization that serves individuals with developmental disabilities and their families from birth through the senior years of life through its many programs and services in Somerset County.
McKeown earned his J.D. from New York Law School and his B.A. from Penn State University.