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Re: IOLTA Ineligible List

The Supreme Court has entered an Order declaring attorneys who have not complied with the mandatory IOLTA program to be administratively ineligible to practice law. The Courtís Order and the list of ineligible attorneys are being published with this Notice.

Attorneys on the IOLTA ineligibility list will remain there until full compliance with the requirements of Rule 1:28A-2 and, pursuant to Rule 1:28A-1(d), the Regulations of the IOLTA Trustees has been established and the IOLTA Trustees so report to the Court.

Questions should be addressed to:

Ms. Ellen Ferrise, Executive Director
IOLTA Fund of the Bar of New Jersey
One Constitution Square
New Brunswick NJ 08901-1500
(732) 247-8222


IT IS ORDERED that pursuant to Rule 1:28A-2(d), the attorneys on the attached list are administratively ineligible to practice law for their failure to comply with Rule 1:28A in respect of the Courtís mandatory IOLTA program, effective October 10, 2003 and until such time as the IOLTA Trustees report to the Court that compliance with the rules and regulations of IOLTA has been established; and it is further

ORDERED that this Order and the attached list supersede all prior Orders and lists entered by the Court in respect of ineligibility based on non-compliance with IOLTA requirements.

For the Court
Deborah T. Poritz
Chief Justice
Dated: October 6, 2003

Stephen W. Townsend, Esquire
Clerk of the Supreme Court
Dated: October 6, 2003

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