The 50 lawyers profiled in these pages are those that we decided — after a rigorous evaluation process — make up potent combinations of youthful exuberance and formidable accomplishment
The Law Journal's annual look at 40 promising young professionals in New Jersey's legal community, with biographies and photographs
New Jersey Law Journal
...31-1 at 64. Nearly 100 parents, as well as the local news media, attended the board's November meeting. For over an hour, parents...
Merck & Co. Inc. drops New Jersey's Lowenstein Sandler from its appeal of a $13.5 million Vioxx case to prevent recusal of a potentially pro-company state Supreme Court justice that the firm represen
...endowments, major corporate pension plans, and family offices of the ultra-wealthy. Yale and Harvard, with their over-15 percent compound returns for several decades...
Peter Rodino Jr., the man who stared down Richard Nixon during the Watergate hearings that began 30 years ago next month, is 94 years old and still in motion
...lawyer in Rockport, Mass., is acting managing editor of Law Technology News and Law Firm Inc. and is author of The Essential...
Notice to the bar
...Princeton's assistant director of admissions, Stephen LeMenager, told the Yale Daily News that he accessed student information from the Yale site by...
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