A State Bar Association committee determined Thursday that Thomas Prol, whose run for office instigated a bylaw change requiring that officers practice primarily in New Jersey, satisfies the new stri
Thomas Prol, whose run for a State Bar Association post instigated a bylaw change requiring that officers practice primarily in New Jersey, is now the rule's first object of scrutiny
...approval. But that month, he left his firm, Cleary, Giacobbe, Alfieri & Jacobs in Matawan, and in July accepted the New York government...
A New Jersey State Bar Association officer passed over for advancement on the ladder to the presidency is mounting an insurrection campaign
...that Prol, formerly a Sussex County resident and employed by Cleary, Giacobbe, Alfieri & Jacobs in Matawan, is now working and living out of state...
Donald Trump can have a private helipad at his championship golf course in Colts Neck despite the township's objections, a state appeals court says
... Prol is a partner at Cleary, Giacobbe, Alfieri & Jacobs in Florham Park, where his law practice includes the representation...
After seven hours of occasionally heated testimony, the Assembly Judiciary Committee recommends passage of legislation legalizing same-sex marriage
The candidates to become secretary of the New Jersey State Bar Association discuss why they are running for office
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