In what one lawyer termed a “generational change,” New Jersey’s bankruptcy court is in the process of being remade due to a series of retirements and one death that by mid-2015 will have led to the loss of six of its nine judges within a two-year period.

Since mid-2013, three new judges have been brought in to fill the openings, one in each of the three vicinages—Newark, Trenton and Camden.

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