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Major Web Resources
LSNJLaw - You & the Law in N.J.
Legal information for the layperson (at Legal Services of New Jersey).
N.J. Admin. Code & Register
Free public access to the New Jersey Administrative Code and the New Jersey Register from July 1995 through the latest issue.
N.J. Admin. Law Decisions
Decisions of administrative law judges from Oct.1997 forward (at Rutgers Newark Law Library).
N.J. Attorney General
Guidelines & Directives
N.J. Courts Search Page (Rutgers)
Opinions of Supreme Court from March 1994 forward, Appellate Division and Tax Court from Sept. 1995 forward (at Rutgers Newark Law Library).
N.J. Executive Orders
Governor's executive orders from 1990 forward, with selected earlier ones.
N.J. Courts (official website)
Court rules; opinions of last 10 days; forms; civil docket information; guidance for pro se litigants; personnel directory; administrative directives; notices to the bar; mass tort information; calendars & schedules; . . .
Includes the New Jersey Permanent Statutes Database, Chapter Laws from 1996 forward, Legislative Bills from 1996 forward, & Public Hearings from 1996 forward.
N.J. State Bar Foundation publications
Downloadable PDFs of layperson-oriented publications on New Jersey legal topics.
N.J. Statutes (Rutgers)
Offers full-text searching, easier browsing than the version on the Legislature's site, and automated retrieval of cases citing the statutes (to the extent the cases are in the Rutgers database).
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New Jersey Law
Compilation of links to New Jersey legal resources of all kinds (maintained at Rutgers Law Library).
New Jersey Legal History
N.J. Legislative Histories
Legislative history references for laws from 1970 forward (at the N.J. State Library).
N.J. Session Laws Online
Laws of 1703-1752 and 1776-1999 (at Rutgers Law Library).
N.J. Digital Legal Library
Includes: Admin.Reports first series; Affordable Housing Archive; COAH decisions; Attorney General opinions 1949-1998; Exec. Orders 1941-1990; Supreme Ct. Oral Arguments 2005--; Leaming & Spicer; 19th-century stautory compilations; law of slavery in N.J.; Holmes v. Walton case files.