Paul W. Armstrong
Judge Armstrong served as a New Jersey Superior Court Judge from 2000-2017. Among his many well -known cases, Judge Armstrong presided over the case of State of New Jersey v. Charles Cullen, the convicted nurse serial-killer. He was a principal draughtsman and legislative architect of the New Jersey Advance Directives for Health Care and Declaration of Death Acts and is the author (with Professor Robert S. Olick) of “Advance Health Care Directives” in West’s New Jersey Legal Forms. Judge Armstrong served as initial counsel, trustee and incorporator of the Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice as well as the New Jersey Hospice Organization. He also represented the American Hospital Association as Amicus Curiae in Cruzan v. Director, Missouri Dept. of Health, and the Medical Society of New Jersey in Vacco v. Quill before the United States Supreme Court. He is Chairman of the New Jersey Bio-Ethics Commission as well as the Governor’s Advisory Council on AIDS and a Senior Policy Fellow at the Bloustein Institute for Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University
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