Judge Glenn A. Grant, J.A.D.
Acting Administrative Director
of New Jersey Courts
Judge Grant's Biography
Administrative Office of the Courts
As part of an effort to improve the administration of justice in New Jersey, the state constitution gave the Chief Justice authority over the management of the courts. To help the Chief Justice fulfill those management duties, the constitution directed the Chief Justice to appoint an Administrative Director of the Courts. Glenn A. Grant is the Acting Administrative Director of the New Jersey Courts.
Today the Chief Justice and the Administrative Director manage a statewide judiciary that consists of more than 400 trial, tax and appellate judges and Supreme Court justices, and 9000 support staff.