In Law360Catherine Weiss, partner and Chair of the Lowenstein Center for Public Interest, comments on the New Jersey Supreme Court’s recent reforms to the landlord-tenant process. The court undertook these reforms in response to the flood of eviction cases that are anticipated once New Jersey lifts the moratorium placed on evictions during the pandemic. Weiss, who sat on the Judiciary Special Committee that provided recommendations on ways to improve the system, says she is "disappointed that the court missed important opportunities to advance fairness in the landlord-tenant system. … The court rejected recommendations that were aimed at helping unrepresented litigants navigate a process that can result in homelessness." She adds, “We will continue to advocate for due process and access to justice in the landlord-tenant system."