New Jersey state regulations, called "rules," implement the statutes that are the legal basis for operating state programs and services.
The New Jersey Administrative Code, an official publication of the State of New Jersey, compiles all effective rules adopted by state agencies and filed with the Office of Administrative Law. The New Jersey Administrative Code is regularly updated in a loose-leaf format organized by state agency content.
The New Jersey Register is the official publication issued twice monthly that contains notices of proposed rules and rules adopted by state agencies. It also carries notices such as public hearings and Executive Orders.
Both official publications are available from LexisNexis, the publisher licensed by the New Jersey Office of Administrative Law. Searchable online versions of these publications are available at LexisNexis.
New Jersey public, university and law libraries may also carry these publications. Contact the library directly for availability.
More information is available from the Office of Administrative Law.