Under the aegis of the Supreme Court’s Historical Advisory Board, which Chief Justice Rabner formed last year, the judiciary has launched a virtual museum dedicated to the history of the Supreme Court.  The virtual museum can be accessed here.

The museum includes a brief overview of the post-1948 Court, excerpts from the proceedings of the New Jersey Constitutional Convention of 1947 Committee on the Judiciary, detailed biographies of the first seven Chief Justices, individual photographs of Associate Justi

Yesterday and today, the Supreme Court did what it does not often do: affirm a decision of the Appellate Division substantially for the reasons expressed by the Appellate Division, rather than writing its own fully-expressed opinion.

Yesterday’s ruling, in Granata v. Broderick, ___ N.J. ___ (2017), affirmed a decision by Judge Guadagno that was reported at 446 N.J. Super. 449 (App. Div. 2016).  As the Supreme Court summarized it, the Appellate Division ruled that “an att

The Supreme Court announced that it has granted review in two new cases.  The first is In re William R. Hendrickson, Jr.  The question presented there, as phrased by the Supreme Court Clerk’s Office, is “What is the appropriate standard of appellate review of a final agency decision when the initial decision of the administrative law judge is ‘deemed adopted’ as the final agency decision pursuant to N.J.S.A. 52:14B-10(c) when the agency lacked a quorum to act?”

Hendrickson was a fire inspector whose employment was terminated by the Department