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At RU-N Research Day Vice Dean Weisbord Offers Novel Approach to Simplifying U.S. Legal System

Law serving as an advisory function can help prevent costly legal errors common to ordinary tasks by those lacking thorough understanding of complex laws and regulations. | Read Story

Alumni Reception on May 14 in Atlantic City

Preregister today at law.newark.rutgers.edu/NJSBA-2015Reception for event hosted by Newark and Camden Alumni Associations at NJSBA Annual Meeting. | Read Story

Rutgers Board of Governors Approves Merger of Newark and Camden Law Schools

BOG approval of a unified Rutgers Law School, with distinct locations in Newark and Camden, is contingent on ABA approval. | Read Story

New Technology Expands Course Options, Connects Campuses

Video shows how immersive distance learning classroom enables courses to take place simultaneously in Newark and Camden. | Read Story

Professor Carlos Ball Authors Amicus Brief in Support of Marriage Equality

In brief filed with U.S. Supreme Court, family law expert points to problematic history of other exclusionary policies claimed to promote well-being of society and children. | Read Story

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Interning for Justice Albin Promises to Be a Rewarding Summer for Three 1Ls

With a New Jersey Supreme Court internship in hand for the summer, Nicholas Mazza, Robert Papazian and Peter Urmston are predictably excited about the academic, professional, and personal growth that the experience will provide. The fact that they will be working together for the same justice – the Honorable Barry T. Albin – adds a special dimension to the internship and their first-year experience at Rutgers School of Law–Newark. Mazza, Papazian and Urmston entered Rutgers Law for different reasons and their perspectives reflect an understanding of the diverse ways in which an internship on the State’s top court rewards law students. In anticipation of their summer working together, they have been spending time getting to know each other a little better. While it may be too early to know what they want to do after graduation, the three clearly recognize that law school really can be the foundation of a great legal career in terms of the relationships they build, not just the academics they achieve. | Read Story

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