The candidates seeking to be secretary of the New Jersey State Bar Association discussion their leadership skills and vision for the future
...of trustees meeting, Wed., 4:30 p.m., at bar headquarters, 137 High St., Mount Holly. For more information, call (609) 261-4542....
A round-up of action from Trenton in the final days of the lame duck session
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
Qualified Tuition Programs, also know as 529 Plans, are popular tools to help pay for higher education. But they are subject to limitations and uncertainties that should be considered
...Utilities, was nominated for the high court in December 2012&mdash...graduate and 1984 Fordham University School of Law graduate, he began...
...In 2007, about a year after Jacobson graduated from Jackson Memorial High School, then-Attorney General Stuart Rabner issued a press release stating that...
...to have a phobia against children; she targeted the school district for transferring her from high school to a junior high. And a...
New Jersey Law Journal
The U.S. Supreme Court in 2013 confronted the Voting Rights Act, state and federal same-sex marriage issues and affirmative action
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