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Now Accepting Applications for Grant Funding!

Now Accepting Applications for Grant Funding!

Are you looking for financial support for your non-profit projects? The New Jersey State Bar Foundation (NJSBF) leads the nation in providing free law-related and violence prevention education to the public. Our programs reach out statewide and are aimed at all...

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NJSBF’s Guide Demystifies Municipal Court

NJSBF’s Guide Demystifies Municipal Court

For anyone who has ever received a traffic ticket or a summons to appear in municipal court and didn’t know the proper procedures or what documents to bring with them to prove their case, the New Jersey State Bar Foundation has a pamphlet that can help. Most people's...

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Informing Citizens with Civics Blog

Informing Citizens with Civics Blog

If teachers are looking for civics-related material to keep their students engaged, look no further than the Bar Foundation’s civics blog, The Informed Citizen. Launched last year, the blog explains civics-related topics in plain language. Topics that were tackled...

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NJSBF Eighth Annual Art Show Seeks Submissions

NJSBF Eighth Annual Art Show Seeks Submissions

The New Jersey State Bar Foundation invites lawyers, judges, paralegals, law professors and students, as well as other law-related professionals to submit as many as three images of artwork to its EIGHTH ANNUAL JURIED ART SHOW. The deadline for submissions is Friday,...

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NJSBF Seeks Medal of Honor 2019 Nominations

NJSBF Seeks Medal of Honor 2019 Nominations

The New Jersey State Bar Foundation is soliciting nominations for its 2019 Medal of Honor awards beginning January 25th through March 1st. Awards are presented annually to lawyers and law-related professionals, as well as lay people, who have made significant...

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When There is More to the Story

When There is More to the Story

The New Jersey State Bar Foundation believes that “informed citizens are better citizens.” It's two newsletters—The Legal Eagle, a legal newspaper for kids, and Respect, its diversity newsletter—contain timely articles to keep students in grades five through high...

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