Resolution of the New Jersey State Bar Association Condemning and Denouncing Acts of Bias Against Asian Americans in the Wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic - May 12, 2020
NJSBA Resolution Congratulating the New Jersey Lawyer's Fund for Client Protection in Celebration of its 50th Anniversary - September 21, 2019
NJSBA Resolution Supporting Award of Congressional Medal to New Jersey Suffragist and Equal Rights Amendment Co-author Alice Paul - September 23, 2016
NJSBA Resolution honoring the 40th anniversary of the Community Health Law Project - September 23, 2016
NJSBA Resolution honoring David Lazarus and his service to the Community Health Law Project - June 17, 2016
NJSBA Resolution supporting the New Jersey Judiciary as a co-equal branch of government
March 17, 2016
NJSBA Resolution directing the NJSBA's ABA Delegates to vote against the Resolution submitted by the ABA Commission on the Future of Legal Services in connection with Model Regulatory Objectives at the 2016 Mid-Year Meeting
December 16, 2015
NJSBA Resolution honoring American Bar Association President-Elect Paulette Brown
May 15, 2015
NJSBA Resolution supporting the objectives of the Human Rights Campaign Foundation's Corporate Equality Index
September 12, 2014
NJSBA Resolution supporting the renomination of Chief Justice Stuart Rabner
February 14, 2014
NJSBA Resolution opposing the proposal for mandatory pro bono service by individuals who have not yet been admitted to the Bar
February 15, 2013
NJSBA Resolution on Rutgers University School of Law - Camden - February 24, 2012
A resolution urging support of maintaining Rutgers University School of Law - Camden as part of the state wide university.
NJSBA Resolution opposing an increase in court filing fees - December 9, 2011
A resolution opposing an increase in court filing fees since it has not received information justifying increases, which would place “the cost and burden of upgrading the court system and providing legal assistance to indigent New Jersey citizens on users of the courts.”
NJSBA Resolution on filling judicial vacancies - December 9, 2011
A resolution calling on the Governor and Senate to put political considerations aside and take prompt action to fill all existing judicial vacancies.
NJSBA Resolution for Justices and Judges Pension and Health Care Benefits - July 15, 2011
A resolution calling for the repeal of those portions of P.L. 2011, Chapter 78, an Act Concerning Public Employee Pension and Health Care Benefits, as they apply to Justices of the New Jersey Supreme Court and Judges of the New Jersey Superior Court.
NJSBA Resolution for Full-Time Government Attorneys Pension and Health Care Benefits - July 15, 2011
A resolution calling for the repeal of those portions of P.L. 2011, Chapter 78, an Act Concerning Public Employee Pension and Health Care Benefits, as they apply to full-time government attorneys.
NJSBA Resolution for Judge Edwin H. Stern - June 2, 2011
A resolution honoring Judge Edwin H. Stern for his years of distinguished service on the Superior, Appellate and Supreme Courts and his contributions to the fair administration of justice.
NJSBA Resolution for Justice Roberto Rivera-Soto - May 13, 2011
A resolution honoring New Jersey Supreme Court Justice Roberto Rivera-Soto for his commitment to the bench, bar and public in the State of New Jersey.
NJSBA Resolution for Judge MaryAnne Trump Barry - January 25, 2011
A resolution recognizing Judge Barry on her retirement from the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and recommending President Barack Obama appoint a qualifed woman attorney or lower court jurist to fill the vacancy.
NJSBA Resolution for Justice John E. Wallace Jr. - May 11, 2010
A resolution honoring Justice John E. Wallace, Jr. for his dedication to the people of New Jersey and his years of distinguished service as a justice, judge, lawyer and citizen.
NJSBA Resolution on Judicial Independence - May 13, 2009
A resolution expressing the position of the New Jersey State Bar Association in support of the independence of the State’s judges and judicial candidates and the renomination of Supreme Court Associate Justice Barry T. Albin.