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Rutgers Helps NJ: Online Resource Guide to Social and Legal Services

Collaboration with the School of Social Work and funding from Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey has produced Rutgers Helps NJ Resource Guide. | Read Story

Constitution Day Speaker Is Former Rutgers–Newark Law Dean John J. Farmer, Jr.

Former Law School Dean will discuss current Constitutional law issues at ACS Student Chapter-sponsored event.

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Alumni Association to Honor Debevoise’s Mary Beth Hogan ’90, Federal Judge Esther Salas ’94, and AFSC’s Amy Gottlieb ’96 at Annual Awards Dinner

Honorees are Mary Beth Hogan ’90, Senior Co-Chair of Litigation, Debevoise & Plimpton; Hon. Esther Salas ’94, U.S. District Court, District of NJ; and Amy Gottlieb ’96, Associate Regional Director, AFSC. | Read Story

Law School Hails the Classes of 2017 and 2018

Talented, accomplished, enthusiastic and widely diverse group of new students are a great match for our community. | Read Story

Alumni Association Honors Assistant Dean for Admissions Anita Walton, Financial Aid Director Nicky Fornarotto

Distinguished Service Award to be presented to Assistant Dean Anita Walton, Financial Aid Director Nicky Fornarotto at Sept. 18 reception. | Read Story

Sarah Koloski Regina ’10 Appointed Director of Academic Support

To provide counseling and academic assistance and co-teach Legal Analysis with Senior Associate Dean Deutsch.

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New Equity and Opportunity Studies Fellowship Available to Rutgers–Newark Law and Graduate School Students

Initiative to promote interdisciplinary research by Law School and Graduate School students on place-based inequality. Application deadline is Sept. 10.

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Sarah Hunt ’15 and Denise Meyer ’15 Are 2014 Proskauer Rose Fellows

Summer internships at Volunteer Lawyers for Justice reflect law firm’s support for and students’ commitment to public service.

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Reference Librarian Caroline Young Elected Chair of AALL Computing Services Special Interest Section

Reference Librarian says CS-SIS is best forum for law librarians to exchange ideas and information about technology.

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Rutgers–Newark Law School Hosts Criminal Law Conference

CrimFest 2014 drew more than 65 criminal law professors from around the country for paper presentations and discussions.

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