Christopher Porrino, the new chief counsel to Gov. Chris Christie, is a rare breed in the administration, having never worked for Christie as a prosecutor
Robert Hanna, whose New Jersey Supreme Court nomination has been stalled for a year and is about to expire, is a candidate for a Superior Court seat
...hurdle to obtaining compensation." Lesley Risinger, co-director of the Seton Hall University School of Law's Last Resort Exoneration Project, agrees, noting...
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...Bergen County Prosecutor's Office in Hackensack, and member of the Seton Hall University School of Law class of 1996, is named president of...
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...the nonscientifically inclined. Moreover, the best recent study conducted by Seton Hall University School of Law professor Michael Simkovic and Rutgers University economist...
Saiber, often the firm of choice for New Jersey colleges faced with possible misconduct within their walls, is investigating allegations of bullying in Rutgers University's football program
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