... The New Jersey Supreme Court has appointed a blue-ribbon panel to study a host of ABA-adopted ethics rule changes...
NJSBA President Ralph J. Lamparello discusses the issue of judicial appointments being caught in the crossfire of political battles and the creation of a Judicial Independence Task Force to examine
...as this issue threatens our judicial system. It will be a blue-ribbon panel of retired jurists, lawyers, academics and lay people. Its mission...
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More pro bono won't make legal services more accessible. The problem is legal costs, which are kept high by restrictions such as the ban on nonlawyer ownership of legal businesses
... The continuing legal education courses feature blue-ribbon panels of judges, lawyers and other legal professionals. ...
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