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Murphy names Judicial Advisory Panel

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Gov. Phil Murphy at a March 14 town hall at Paramus High School.
Gov. Phil Murphy at a March 14 town hall at Paramus High School. - ()

Gov. Phil Murphy has appointed seven people to the Judicial Advisory Panel, which will assist him on nominating judges to New Jersey’s state courts.

The panel will consist of former New Jersey State Supreme Court Chief Justice James Zazzali, former Chief Justice Deborah Poritz, former New Jersey Supreme Court Justice Stewart Pollock, former New Jersey Supreme Court Justice Virginia Long, former New Jersey Supreme Court Justice John Wallace Jr., former Assignment Judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey Peter Doyne and incoming President of the New Jersey State Bar Association John Keefe Jr.

The panel was created by an executive order by former Gov. Jon Corzine and continued under Murphy predecessor, Gov. Chris Christie.

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David Hutter grew up in Darien, Conn., and covers higher education, transportation and manufacturing for NJBIZ. He can be reached at dhutter@njbiz.com.

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