In orders dated yesterday and published this morning, Chief Justice Rabner announced significant changes in the Appellate Division. Four new judges have been temporarily elevated to that court, while a ...

In an Order available here, Chief Justice Rabner announced that, effective March 11, 2024, Judge Mayer will become Presiding Judge of Part G of the Appellate Division. This is the ...

Judge Haas, the Presiding Judge of the Appellate Division’s Part D, will soon reach age 70, the mandatory judicial retirement age. As a result, as stated in a February 12 ...

Since the Supreme Court has responsibility for the Committee on Character, and given my own service on and subsequent practice before that Committee, this blog has discussed issues related to ...

What better date to present statistics from the 2022-23 Supreme Court Term than the first working day (for many people) of this new calendar year? And who better to have ...

Last night’s NJSBA Appellate Practice Committee meeting included a report on the Appellate Division’s statistics for the 2022-23 Term. Though key metrics remained largely the same as in other years, ...

Zimmerman v. Diviney, 477 N.J. Super. 1 (App. Div. 2023). As the New Jersey appellate courts are getting fully geared up for the Term that began on September 1, there ...

The Character and Fitness Questionnaire (“CFQ”) is the key document in the review of Bar applicants by the Supreme Court of New Jersey Committee on Character. Section 12 of the ...

The Appellate Division has issued this Notice to the Bar It contains important reminders about several matters relating to oral argument in that court. First, the Notice states that appeals ...

The 2023-24 General Assignment Order has been published and is available here. Judge Sumners remains as Chief Judge and Judge Currier is Deputy Presiding Judge for Administration. There are seven ...