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NOTICE TO THE BAR

2016 Applicants for Certification

Applications for Civil Trial Certification, Criminal Trial Certification, Matrimonial Law Certification, Workers' Compensation Law Certification, and Municipal Court Law Certifiction are now available.

The postmark or hand delivery deadline for submitting a completed application is as follows:

Civil Trial Certification -- no later than March 31, 2016
Criminal Trial Certification -- no later than March 31, 2016
Matrimonial Law Certification - no later than April 29, 2016
Workers' Compensation Law Certification -- no later than April 29, 2016
Municipal Court Law Certification -- no later than May 31, 2016

 

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The New Jersey Supreme Court Board on Attorney Certification administers the certification program in this state. The Board consists of nine members, all of whom are members of the Bar of New Jersey. In addition, there are five Certification Committees that are responsible for reviewing certification applications and for creating and grading the certification examinations. These Committees are: the Civil Trial Law Certification Committee; the Criminal Trial Law Certification Committee; the Matrimonial Law Certification Committee; Municipal Law Certification Committee; and the Workers' Compensation Law Certification Committee. Each Committee reports its eligibility findings to the Board for its report to the Supreme Court.

The Board is responsible for the operation of the certification program, including: financial, policy, and rule-making functions. The Board also acts as an appellate arm when an aggrieved attorney appeals a decision made by a Certification Committee. Click here for a list of board and committee members.

Supreme Court of New Jersey - Board on Attorney Certification
PO Box 965, Trenton, NJ 08625-0965
609-815-2930
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