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Elizabeth Ehret ’15 Named Point Scholar for Her Leadership Skills, Scholastic Excellence, and LGBT Advocacy

Selected by country’s largest LGBT scholarship organization on basis of leadership skills, scholastic excellence, LGBT advocacy. | Read Story

IRS Summer Internship Furthers Career Goal for Patton Boggs Foundation Fellow Susan Wilkerson ’15

Summer internship with IRS furthers career goal to work in area of tax law and policy. | Read Story

Remarks by Professor Diana Sclar at Hon. Morris Stern '65 Memorial and Dedication

U.S. Bankruptcy Judge was for many years a beloved Rutgers–Newark Adjunct Professor of Bankruptcy and Commercial Law. | Read Story

Miller Initiative Supports Summit on Fighting Violence Against Religious Communities

Senior Rutgers officials take part in efforts supported by Paul Miller ’62 to address extremist violence and ultranationalist activities.

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New Appointments for Dean Farmer and Senior Associate Dean Bouchoux

John Farmer returns to the law school as University Professor, effective July 1. Fran Bouchoux named Interim Senior VP and Chief Enterprise Risk Management, Ethics & Compliance Officer. | Read Story

Raymond Londa ’64 Is NJ State Bar Foundation Medal of Honor Award Recipient

Medal of Honor recognizes Londa’s long-time commitment to fostering excellence in the profession.

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Child Welfare Arguments Against Marriage Equality Not Supported by History, Social Science or Legal Considerations, Says Professor Carlos Ball

Same-Sex Marriage and Children is first comprehensive response to claims that same-sex marriage bans promote “responsible procreation.” | Read Story

Professor Gary Francione Describes Failure of Animal Welfare Approach in Keynote Speech at International Conference

Presents theoretical and practical reasons for failure of animal welfare approach to animal ethics at symposium in Sweden.

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Alumni Association Backs Constitutional Amendment Intended to Protect Independence of State Judiciary

Amendment to require reappointment of all state judges unless they are unfit first proposed by retired Justice Stein at school’s Weintraub Lecture.

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John J. Farmer Jr., University Senior Vice President and General Counsel, to Deliver Law School Convocation Address

Farmer, on leave as Dean to serve as Rutgers University senior vice president and general counsel, will deliver convocation address at May 21st ceremony.

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