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Professor Stuart Green to Pursue Criminal Law Research As Leverhulme Visiting Professor at the London School of Economics

Criminal law scholar will lecture, research book, pursue collaborative project on criminal law reform. | Read Story

Dean Chen, Dartmouth Class of 1980, Honored by Classmates for Public Service

Class of 1980 recognizes his lifelong advocacy for social justice. | Read Story

Legal Experts from Rutgers–Newark Can Comment on U.S. Supreme Court Decisions

Expert commentary available on same-sex marriage, Affordable Care Act, and fair housing cases. | Read Story

Professors Gold, Chen and Deutsch Submit Comment on Proposed Exxon Mobil Settlement

Proposed consent judgement needs to be better justified by the Department of Environmental Protection as “fair, reasonable, and in the public interest.” | Read Story

Business Law Certificate Program Now Offered at Rutgers–Newark Law

Structured framework will help students select among extensive course offerings to prepare for a challenging career in business law. | Read Story

Moot Court Program Looks Back on Rewarding Year

Nathan Baker Mock Trial Competition, with help from the Baker family and New Jersey Association for Justice, was a notable success.

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Law School to Host First Business and Human Rights Junior Scholars Conference

Call for papers for first-ever conference to pair junior scholars writing at intersection of business and human rights issues with senior scholars in the field.

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Three Rutgers Law–Newark Students Receive Peggy Browning Fellowships

Alana Miles ’16, Laura Schuman ’16 and Alvina Swati ’17 are recognized for their excellent academic credentials and demonstrated commitment to workers’ rights. | Read Story

New Chancellor’s Seed Grants Will Support Launch or Expansion of Several Innovative Projects at the Law School

Awards will support eight innovative programs that advance the strategic plan of Rutgers University–Newark.

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Samuel Dillon ’15 Named Immigrant Justice Corps Fellow

Former NYTimes journalist came to Rutgers Law after reading about odds facing detained immigrants without a lawyer.

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