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Mariela Castro to Keynote April 10 Symposium on the Global Struggle for LGBTQ Rights

Mariela Castro, director of Cuba’s CENESEX, will keynote program featuring international scholars, activists and practicing attorneys. | Read Story

March 5 PILF Auction Will Raise Money for Summer Public Interest Jobs

Fundraiser for summer public interest jobs will include presentation of PILF Award to Interim Senior Vice President and Chief Enterprise Risk Management, Ethics and Compliance Officer Fran Bouchoux ’87. | Read Story

Modern Legal Classroom: New Technology Expands Course Options, Connects Campuses

Immersive distance learning classroom enables courses to take place simultaneously in Newark and Camden. | Read Story

Child Advocacy Clinic and Partners Release Model State Statute That Promotes the Rights of Immigrant Youth

Aim of immigration, family law experts is uniformity across state systems and access to state courts. | Read Story

Law School Well-Represented Among Winners of New Jersey Law Journal’s Inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award

Former Dean John J. Farmer, Jr. and Professor Frank Askin are among 11 with ties to Rutgers–Newark Law on New Jersey Law Journal’s 25-person list.

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Hon. Patricia Costello ’78 to Reflect on Her Experiences as Essex County Assignment Judge in April 2 Justice Weintraub Lecture

Retiring Essex County Assignment Judge will present “Trials and Tribulations of Being an Assignment Judge.” | Read Story

CLiME Fosters Interdisciplinary Study of Issues Related to Inequality and Opportunity

Center on Law in Metropolitan Equity expands efforts that connect law with other disciplines across the university to produce research on urban challenges.

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3L Stephanie Carney Presents Strategies for Improving Stormwater Management to Newark Environmental Commission

Research applies classroom study of environmental law to serious local environmental problem. | Read Story

Rutgers Law Participates in NJ State Bar Association Initiative to Address Lack of Affordable Legal Assistance

Alumni, faculty and administrators from Rutgers–Newark and Rutgers–Camden Law Schools serve on newly-appointed NJ State Bar Association Blue Ribbon Commission on Unmet Legal Needs.

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Symposium on “The Abolition of War” Set for February 20 - 21

Talks, performance of anti-war music at event sponsored by Rutgers–Newark Law and Cardozo Law.

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