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Professor David Noll Appointed to NJ Supreme Court Committee on Attorney Ethics Involving Metadata

Rising scholar with expertise in complex litigation selected for new committee to examine ethical issues regarding metadata. | Read Story

Professor Elise Boddie Elected to Board of American Constitution Society

American Constitution Society Board position recognizes Boddie’s advocacy and scholarship in the areas of civil rights and constitutional law. | Read Story

Professor Penny Venetis Appointed Executive Vice President and Legal Director of Legal Momentum

Takes leave of absence to join leading national nonprofit for advancing the rights of women and girls. | Read Story

Law School Hosts Grandparents and Other Relatives Raising Children Conference on December 5

Topics include Access to Health Care, Legal Options in Family Court, Special Education, Gang Prevention, Juvenile Justice, and Social Media and Internet Safety.

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Alumni Association Donates $20,000 to Askin Fund for Clinical Legal Education

The Alumni Association, inspired by the generous challenge gift of Frank and Marilyn Askin to benefit their Askin Fund for Clinical Legal Education, has made a donation of $20,000. | Read Story

Constitutional Rights Clinic Hails Free Speech Victory for Common-Interest Community Residents

Professor Frank Askin says NJ Supreme Court ruling keeps state in the forefront on protecting the free speech of private community residents. | Read Story

Professor Mark Weiner Wins Grawemeyer Award for Book on Clan Cultures

Selected for ideas presented in 2013 book The Rule of the Clan: What an Ancient Form of Social Organization Reveals About the Future of Individual Freedom. | Read Story

Constitutional Rights Clinic Gets Big Win in Election Day Registration Case

Ruling in suit brought by clinic challenging advance voter registration requirement is reversed by Appellate Division and remanded to trial court.

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Frances De Simone ’01 Joins Career Services Office

Class of 2001 alumna has more than a decade of high-level attorney recruitment and candidate counseling experience.

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DEP Commissioner Bob Martin to Keynote Program on Environmental Law and Policies from Federal and State Perspectives

NJ DEP Commissioner Bob Martin keynote remarks to be followed by panel discussion with attorneys from EPA and NJ OAG’s Environmental Enforcement Section.

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