Dash Farrow, LLP, partner Tim Farrow has been appointed by the New Jersey Supreme Court to serve on its Committee on Character.
This honor gives Tim the opportunity to greater serve the attorney community, and pass on the character traits and law ethics that have helped distinguish his criminal law practice. Best of luck serving Tim!
About the NJ Supreme Court Committee on Character
The Supreme Court shall appoint a Committee on Character comprised of such number of attorneys as it may determine. It shall be the duty of the Committee on Character to determine the fitness to practice law of each candidate for admission to the bar of the State of New Jersey on the basis of the personal record and reputation of each candidate and, following a review thereof, to certify as to such fitness to the Supreme Court or to withhold the certification. Subject to approval of the Supreme Court, the Committee shall prescribe such Rules governing its procedures as it may be deemed necessary and desirable.
It shall be the purpose and duty of the Committee on Character to determine the fitness to practice law of each candidate for admission to the Bar of the State of New Jersey and thereby to promote the public interest and to protect the integrity of the legal profession. The Committee shall review the record established pursuant to these Regulations and shall certify each candidate’s fitness to the Supreme Court or shall recommend the withholding of such certification or admission subject to conditions.
The Supreme Court shall appoint the Committee on Character, which shall consist of such members of the bar as the court may determine. Members shall serve for terms of three years and may be reappointed at the discretion of the Supreme Court. A vacancy shall be filled by the Court for the unexpired portion of the member’s term. A member participating in a matter when his or her term expires may continue to participate until certification is granted or withheld.