|Dedicated by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in 1999, the six-story, glass, steel, and brick Center for Law and Justice opens onto the New Street pedestrian plaza. The building’s striking design gestures toward the English Inns of Court and is the most architecturally important and admired structure on the Rutgers–Newark campus.|
Rutgers School of Law–Newark is located in the S.I. Newhouse Center for Law and Justice (CLJ) on the Newark campus of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. The law school occupies the ground and first four floors of CLJ. The sixth floor is home to the Office of the Chancellor, the Rutgers School of Criminal Justice, and the Division of Global Affairs.
The law school is easily reached from all major highways and Newark Liberty International Airport is five miles away. The school is less than one mile from Newark Penn Station, serviced by PATH, NJ Transit, and Amtrak trains, as well as bus lines from New York and suburban New Jersey. Closer still is Newark Broad Street Station, which provides train access from New York City and cities and towns north and west of Newark.
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Parking is available in off-campus lots and garages.
Newark is a mass transit town, home to major train stations, a city subway system, and NJ Transit bus lines. The law school is a 15-minute walk from Newark Penn Station, which is serviced by Amtrak, NJ Transit, and PATH trains; a short walk from the Broad Street station, a stop on many commuter train lines; and two blocks from the Washington Street light rail stop.
|Newark Liberty International Airport||NJ Transit Train and Bus Service|
|JFK and LaGuardia Airports||New York City Subway and Bus Service|
|Amtrak||Newark Light Rail|
|PATH Rapid Transit||NY Waterway Ferry Service|