New Jersey Lawsuit Reform Alliance

  • 14 January 2009
  • Author: Mike Cooke
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The New Jersey Lawsuit Reform Alliance (NJLRA) is a statewide, bipartisan group of individuals, businesses, and organizations that believe a balanced civil justice system is critical for ensuring fair and open courts, maintaining and attracting jobs, and fostering economic growth in New Jersey. The NJLRA advocates for legal reform in the legislature and in the courts, and is New Jersey's only organization dedicated exclusively to improving the state's civil justice system. 
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