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New Jersey Administrative Law: NJ Office of the Attorney General

Guide to administrative law research for New Jersey


The Attorney General is the chief legal and law enforcement officer for the state.  The Attorney General is sometimes asked to issue written opinions about the constitutionality of a law or other legal matters. The Attorney General’s Web site has opinions from 1949 to the present.  These are also available on in searchable format on the Lexis Advance and Westlaw databases.