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The New Jersey Judiciary is committed to ensuring equal access to our courts and fairness in our procedures. Click here to learn more about the Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Access and Fairness.

The next Supreme Court Webcasts are scheduled for April 27 & 28 beginning at 10 a.m.

View the 2014-2015 Oral Argument schedule here.

Webcasts from April 13 & 14, 2015 are now available for viewing in the archive section.

.mp4For Webcast on the Go archives. Click here.

New Jersey Courts

APRIL 12-18, 2015

Did you know that more than 4,200 New Jersey residents serve as court volunteers statewide?

The Judiciary proudly recognizes its talented and committed volunteer corps during National Volunteer Week. Court volunteers represent a broad cross-section of the community, from high school students helping other youth avoid delinquency to adults and seniors who greet and assist court users, mediate neighborhood disputes, and advocate for children in foster care. To learn more about volunteer opportunities in the Judiciary, click here.

Watch the video, "Court Volunteers: Making a Difference."

Lawyers’ Fund for Client Protection Announces Deadlines for Claims. Read the Press Release.

Jennifer M. Perez Named Director of Trial Court Services. Read the Press Release.

Read the Supreme Court’s order in the pension payment case. Click here.

The Attorney Online Registration deadline was March 27, 2015. Attorneys can still register and pay online, though a late fee now will be added to the amount due. To complete your registration and pay online, click here and select the "Attorney Online Registration and Payment Center" link and follow the instructions. Attorneys failing to register and pay the annual registration fee by Aug. 21, 2015 will be placed on the ineligible list by Order of the Supreme Court.

For additional information or for assistance please call 855-533-FUND (3863) or e-mail CPF.Mailbox@judiciary.state.nj.us.

Click here to read Residential Mortgage Foreclosure documents.

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