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Elnardo Webster ’96 to Keynote Minority Student Program 47th Annual Banquet

Elnardo J. Webster, II ’96 is Minority Student Program honoree and keynote speaker; Michael Jay Plata ’02 to receive Special Recognition Award. | Read Story

Disability Civil Rights Secured by Olmstead Decision Topic of April 1 Program

Disability rights experts, including Susan Jamieson '74, lead attorney in Olmstead v. L.C., will discuss continued impact of landmark civil rights decision. | Read Story

Professor Carlos Ball Authors Amicus Brief in Support of Marriage Equality Petitions Before the U.S. Supreme Court

In brief filed with U.S. Supreme Court, family law expert points to problematic history of other exclusionary policies claimed to promote well-being of society and children. | Read Story

April 10 Symposium to Focus on the Global Struggle for LGBTQ Rights

On April 10 international scholars, activists and practicing attorneys will discuss history, emergence and future of movement. Keynote speaker is Manuel Vázquez Seijido, Head of Legal Advisory Group at CENESEX. | Read Story

April 1 PILF Auction Will Raise Money for Summer Public Interest Jobs

Alumni Reception and Auction, which will include award to Dean Fran Bouchoux ’87, is primary fundraiser for summer public service jobs. | 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.

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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.

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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

Newly retired 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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