- Alumni Overview
- Giving Overview
- The Case for Rutgers School of Law–Newark
The core of any academic institution is the Library. Traditional legal sources such as reporters, treatises, journals, and books have been augmented with electronic databases and tools. Acquiring, supplementing, and subscribing to the various sources of information have become increasingly costly, and increasingly necessary, as legal knowledge has become more dependent on non-legal materials, as well as international materials. In addition to general law library support, it is possible to create and name a Library Acquisition Fund with a minimum gift of $25,000.
The Law Library also has a special Friends of the Rutgers Law Library program. By making a donation, you become a Friend of the Law Library and receive special library benefits, recognition on the law library website, and invitations to private Friends events.