The first chief justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court under the 1947 state constitution was Arthur T. Vanderbilt, and the original six associate justices were Henry E. Ackerson, Albert E. Burling, Clarence E. Case, Harry Heher, A. Dayton Oliphant and William A. Wachenfeld.
As each justice departed the court, the name of the justice who succeeded them is listed below theirs on the grid below. For example, Joseph Weintraub succeeded Vanderbilt as chief justice and William J. Brennan Jr. succeeded Ackerson. The names of those who now sit on the court are listed at the bottom of each grid.
Click on the name of each chief justice and associate justice for their biography.