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  Jeralyn Lawrence was quoted in the New Jersey Law Journal article, , “Judge’s Gripe About Family Court Is Not an Isolated Phenomenon, Lawyers Say”….. “Jeralyn Lawrence, president-elect of the New Jersey State Bar Association and the head of a family law practice in Watchung, said she did not consider unhappy family division judges a…

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