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Professor Gary Francione Argues for Animal Abolitionism in “Philosophy Bites” Podcast October 18, 2012
CLE Program on Ethical Issues Raised by New Electronic Technologies Set for October 23 October 12, 2012
Professor Jean-Marc Coicaud Named Carnegie Global Ethics Fellow October 12, 2012
Federal Tax Law Clinic Partners With the NYC Bar Justice Center in Assisting Detained Immigrants October 9, 2012
Professor Penny Venetis, Co-Director of Rutgers Constitutional Litigation Clinic, Appointed Judge Debevoise Scholar October 4, 2012
From the Holy Land to the Garden State: Promoting Israeli-American Relations Through Student Exchange October 2, 2012
Election Law Experts to Discuss Voting Rights, Voter Suppression on October 3 October 1, 2012
Lynn Hecht Schafran, Pioneer in Promoting Gender Equality in the Legal Profession, to Speak on October 2 September 27, 2012
POSTPONED: Deanell Reece Tacha, Pepperdine Law Dean and Retired Federal Judge, to Deliver Judge Leonard Garth Lecture on November 15 September 25, 2012
Corporate Internal Investigations: Their Nuts, Bolts and Special Problems Topic of September 27 C. Willard Heckel Inn of Court Program September 20, 2012
Report by ACLU–NJ and Rutgers Law Professor George Thomas Finds Gaps in Accountability for Prosecutorial Errors September 19, 2012
Constitutional Litigation Clinic Offers Guidance on First Amendment Rights of Occupy Wall Street Participants September 13, 2012
Rutgers Law School Wins Stricter Standards for Juvenile Court Review of Prosecutors’ Requests to Try Youth in Adult Court September 12, 2012
Professor Stuart Deutsch Heads Efforts to Expand International Law Program September 5, 2012
Law Library Expands Online Access to NJ Judicial Decisions September 4, 2012
Professor Gary Francione Presents Talk on Jainism and Animal Ethics at Claremont International Jain Conference August 29, 2012
Leading Experts on Human Trafficking Issues to Speak at September 28 Symposium August 28, 2012
Court Agrees With Con Lit Clinic in Finding That State Must Use Residency of Student, Not Parents, to Determine Financial Aid Eligibility August 13, 2012
Law Library Releases Digital Transcripts and Final Report of the Lilley Commission on the 1967 New Jersey Civil Disorders August 8, 2012
Election 2012: Will Voting Machine Failure Affect the Final Count? July 25, 2012