The New Jersey Supreme Court issued an historic announcement Thursday that it expects to require mandatory continuing legal education for New Jersey’s licensed lawyers, who have long resisted the idea despite adoption in 43 other jurisdictions.
“Absent a compelling case to the contrary, it expects to adopt a mandatory CLE program,” the court said as it appointed a committee to flesh out details.
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