New Public Servant in Resident For MU

Kean on legal and policy matters. When Governor Kean left office in 1990, she joined the Princeton law firm of Jamieson, Moore, Peskin & Spicer, where she was a partner. She left there in 1994 to become attorney general. She served as attorney general from 1994 to 1996, when she was named chief justice. With the completion of her seven year term, Poritz was re-nominated to the Supreme Court in 2003 by Governor James McGreevey, giving her a mandate to continue as chief justice until she reached the compulsory retirement age of seventy, in October 2006.