Chief Justice Joseph Weintraub Lecture Archive

The Chief Justice Joseph Weintraub Lecture Series was established by the Rutgers-Newark Law School Alumni Association in honor of the late Chief Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court. The series was inaugurated in 1982 by the late Chief Justice Robert N. Wilentz.

Year

  • 1981-04-13 Standards of Judicial Conduct - The First Annual Chief Justice Joseph Weintraub Lecture View
  • 1983-04-27 State Consitutions as Separate Sources of Fundamental Rights View
  • 1987-03-11 Social Dilemmas, Judicial (Ir)Resolutions View
  • 1991-03-05 The New Jersey Jail Crisis: The Judicial Experience View
  • 1992-03-05 The First Amendment and Campaign Finance Reform: A Timely Reconciliation View
  • 1993-03-04 American History and the Study of Constitutional Law View
  • 1994-02-24 Brennan and Weintraub: Two Stars to Guide Us View
  • 1995-03-09 Federalization of State Law Questions: Upheaval Ahead View
  • 1996-03-05 The Evolution of Race in the Jury Selection Process View
  • 1998 Judicial Decision Making and the External Environment View
  • 2000-03-14 Principled Decisions View
  • 2001-04-18 The Establishment Clause and the Supreme Court: Religion in the Public Schools View
  • 2002-04-10 A Tribute to the Weintraub Court View
  • 2004-03-25 Chief Justice Weintraub Lecture View
  • 2005-04-12 Reflections of a Newly-Minted Justice View
  • 2006-10-30 Social Justice as a Recurring Theme in the Decisions of the Poritz Court View
  • 2007-04-18 THE NEW JERSEY SUPREME COURT:A LEADERSHIP COURT IN INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS View
  • 2008-04-16 FRUSTRATIONS OF AN INTERMEDIATE APPELLATE JUDGE AND THE BENEFITS OF BEING ONE IN NEW JERSEY View
  • 2010-11-30 SYLVIA PRESSLER: Reflections on a Life in the Law — Part II View
  • 2011-12-01 Methods of Dispute Resolution View