March 18, 2014

Contact: Marcus Rayner, 609-932-6557


TRENTON, N.J. – On Wednesday, March 19, the Honorable Stuart Rabner, Chief Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court, will deliver remarks at the New Jersey Civil Justice Institute’s Spring Luncheon.


“The courts obviously play a huge role in shaping New Jersey’s civil justice system, so we are eager to hear the Chief Justice’s thoughts on the state’s courts.” said Marcus Rayner, President of the New Jersey Civil Justice Institute.


The event will also include an update on NJCJI’s legislative efforts, upcoming events, and expanding work in the courts.


The New Jersey Civil Justice Institute (NJCJI, formerly the New Jersey Lawsuit Reform Alliance) was formed in 2007 to advocate for a civil justice system that treats all parties fairly and discourages lawsuit abuse. NJCJI and its members believe that a fair civil justice system resolves disputes expeditiously and impartially, based solely upon application of the law to the facts of each case. Such a system fosters public trust and motivates professionals, sole proprietors, and businesses to provide safe and reliable products and services while ensuring that truly injured people are fully compensated for their losses. Visit for more information.