Division of Law

Division of Law

Division of Law

The Division of Law (DOL) serves as primary legal counsel for New Jersey state government. Generally speaking, this work takes three forms: by providing legal advice to the state’s departments and agencies, by defending the state in civil litigation, and by bringing civil lawsuits against individuals, corporations, and other entities that violate the law and harm New Jersey and its residents. Staffed by nearly 500 attorneys, DOL’s responsibilities cover a broad swath of legal issues, including those involving banking, child protection, corrections, education, environmental, finance, health, insurance, taxation, and transportation matters.

Recent News
Attention Process Servers

Pursuant to the order of the New Jersey Supreme Court
signed, April 7, 2020, all summons and complaints must be
served electronically to: NJAG.ElectronicService.CivilMatters@law.njoag.gov

Process Servers – Full Document rev. 5/19/21
Order Permitting Electronic Service of Process on the State of New Jersey

State Board of Medical Examiners Temporarily Suspends Medical License of Central Jersey Physician Who Concealed, Harbored, and Exploited Two Undocumented Women from India as Household Servants

For Immediate Release: September 22, 2023 Office of the Attorney General- Matthew J. Platkin, Attorney GeneralDivision of Consumer Affairs- Cari Fais, Acting DirectorDivision of Law- Michael T.G. Long, DirectorFor Further Information: Media Inquiries-Lisa...

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Five Indicted by State Grand Jury in Scheme to Burglarize Medical Offices, Steal Prescription Pads, Fraudulently Obtain Opioid Cough Syrup

For Immediate Release: August 16, 2023 Office of the Attorney GeneralOffice of the Insurance Fraud Prosecutor- Al Garcia, Interim Insurance Fraud ProsecutorFor Further Information: Media Inquiries-Dan ProchiloOAGpress@njoag.govTRENTON — The Office of the Attorney...

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The Division of Law is interested in procuring a method to efficiently keep track of their court case load by automating the calendaring process for 70 users by using already established electronic rules for filing dates and documents.

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