Given that New Jersey’s Appellate Division disposes of thousands of cases each year, perhaps it is not rude to ponder, “Do the judges really write all these opinions?” The answer is “YES!” Let us explain.

First, a word about the role played by the Clerk’s Office. Of the surprises that await a trial judge newly assigned to the Appellate Division, perhaps the most welcome is the support provided by the Clerk’s Office. Support is the operative word here.

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