• Announcing the 2015 New Leaders of the Bar

    Earlier this year, the Law Journal asked the New Jersey legal community to submit nominations for our annual New Leaders of the Bar. The nominations came pouring in, dozens upon dozens of them, all demonstrating the impressive work being done by young lawyers across the state.

  • Winners & Losers

    The week's winners and losers.

  • $312M Acquisition for Integra

    New Jersey Mergers & Acquisitions.

  • Law Professors See 'Tremendous Historical Import' of Ruling

    Law school faculty members spent June 26 parsing the U.S. Supreme Court's majority decision in Obergefell v. Hodges and the three dissenting opinions.

  • Failed Leadership at the SCOTUS

    When the U.S. Supreme Court struck down state bans on same-sex marriage, Chief Justice Roberts should have sought to strengthen the numbers and protect the Court from criticism--he did quite the opposite.

  • Merger of Rutgers' Law Schools Nears Reality

    The move to merge Rutgers University's two law schools is one step closer to coming to fruition.

  • Bridgegate Class Suit Needs More Specifics, Judge Says

    A federal judge in Newark has dismissed the putative class action suit brought by individuals and businesses who experienced traffic delays related to the Bridgegate scandal.

  • Taking Aim at the Return on Your BD Investments

    A hands-on approach to performing a return-on-investment analysis of your firm's business development activities.

  • Confessions of an E-Discovery Lawyer: We're Light Years Behind

    After what must be millions of hours of talk, we haven't really even walked the first-generation TAR walk.

  • Christie Vetoes Surrogacy Contract Bill

    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on June 29 vetoed, for the second time, a bill that would have permitted legally binding gestational carrier agreements.

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