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One for all: Rutgers’ Mutcherson is pioneering law dean … but hopes to pave way for more minority attorneys

When she was promoted to co-dean for the law program on Rutgers University’s Camden campus, Kimberly Mutcherson represented a trifecta of firsts...

For lawyers, major case such as PennEast’s eminent domain battle can mean years of work

Countless emails, paperwork filings — these are the supply lines behind the years-long trench warfare of prominent legal battles. And then there...


Second law firm is latest office tenant to commit to Ironside Newark

A Newark law firm is moving to the new Ironside Newark property, according to building owner Edison Properties. The boutique firm Robinson Miller...

Equal pay law has N.J. Civil Justice Institute feeling … well, uncivil

As president and chief counsel at the New Jersey Civil Justice Institute, Alida Kass is a strong supporter of any laws aimed at helping...


Have EDA grant? Here’s why former AG Porrino says it’s time to take close look at your books

Chris Porrino has a few words of advice for any company that has taken an EDA grant in recent years: Check your books. And if they don’t add up —...

SobelCo names 2 new members to the firm

SobelCo, a Livingston-based certified public accounting and advisory firm, announced it has named two new members to the firm. Mariana Moghadam and John R. Mellage, who both previously served as senior managers, have been named members. “The...


Toxic masculinity? Top employment lawyer says campaigns are so male-dominated that noncompliance with law is widely accepted … and that must change

Prominent employment lawyer Nancy Erika Smith doesn’t believe campaigns can play by different rules. That campaigns are temporary and...

Latest Brennan hearing results in more questions than answers

What was the organizational structure during the campaign and transition of Gov. Phil Murphy, and why did key players in his inner circle handle the...


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