Legal sector begins post-Sandy back-to-business drill

, The National Law Journal


Courthouses, law firms and schools in Lower Manhattan and New Jersey remained shut down, without power and water in many locations. But elsewhere in the city and region, workers made it to their offices, often without the help of mass transit.

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  • Rutgers Law Library

    Power has been restored to much of Newark including the downtown area. Rutgers Law Library in Newark is open and operating on normal hours. Attorneys looking for a warm place to do some work and recharge laptops and phones are welcome.

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