Dozens of Newark residents will receive job training and placement in city construction projects under a $300,000 grant announced today by public officials and labor leaders. The f[...]
On July 26th, Charles A. Stanziale, Jr., partner at McCarter & English LLC, hosted a panel exploring the politics of New Jersey and of the upcoming presidential election at McC[...]
On July 12th, Douglas S. Eakeley, Member of Lowenstein tag1 Sandler PC moderated a panel exploring the jurisprudence of Supreme Court Justice William Brennan at the New Jersey Hist[...]
On April 25, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued a revised enforcement guidance on using criminal records in employment decisions. This groundbreaking guidance marks[...]
Who should decide when to put a child on trial in adult court, where the penalties are far more severe and the loss of anonymity is permanent? That was the question before the New[...]
Newark Councilman Ronald C. Rice wants ex-offenders treated equally among candidates applying for city jobs. Rice said he will propose legislation next month before city council t[...]
The New Jersey Institute for Social Justice is participating as amicus curiae before the state Appellate Division in State ex rel. O.S., a case considering whether the State’s Juve[...]