The NJ Constitution has gone through various changes. Its constitutional history has impacted state and local governmental institutions greatly. The 1947 NJ Constitution is viewed as a class of its own. It is recognized and viewed nationally as a model state constitution. “Although we have adopted a few constitutional amendments, we have not altered the basic streamlined structure adopted in 1947,” says Professor Robert F. Williams of Rutgers University School of Law.
Jamie Zug moderates and speaks during this informative program in learning about the history of the NJ Constitution, some of the important research strategies as well as constitutional claims which pertain to it.