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Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal Now Available for Digital Readers

Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal is well-positioned as academic journals move from paper to digital subscriptions. | Read Story

Law School to Host Program on “Breaking the School-to-Prison Pipeline”

Psychologists, attorneys, and criminal justice experts will address disproportionate impact of harsh school disciplinary practices on students of color and avenues for change. | Read Story

Net Neutrality Debate Topic of April 14 Journal Program

IP, communications law and policy, and emerging technologies’ experts to consider “Are All Bytes Created Equal” at Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal symposium.

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Constitutional Amendment to Protect Independence of the Judiciary Urged at Weintraub Lecture by Retired Supreme Court Justice Gary Stein

Retired Associate Justice Gary Stein calls for adoption of Constitutional amendment “to restore the stature, the respect and the independence of the New Jersey judiciary.” | Read Story

Law School Summer Session Open to Students from All ABA-Accredited Schools

Register online for an evening upper-level class and earn credit towards graduation without having to give up a summer job opportunity. | Read Story

Justice Barry Albin on the Vital Importance of an Independent Judiciary

In remarks before the Monmouth County Bar, he highlighted potential threats to this independence. Read the full speech in the Rutgers Law Review.

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Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia Valdes ’96 Is MSP Banquet Honoree

April 10 dinner will honor MSP alumna who has dedicated her career to government service.

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“Learning from Mount Laurel” Topic of April 3 Lecture by Noted Princeton Sociologist and Author

Axelrod Lecture features Douglas Massey, author of Climbing Mount Laurel: The Struggle for Affordable Housing and Social Mobility in an American Suburb.

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April 11 Conference on Emerging Approaches to Animal Ethics

Top scholars will discuss emerging abolitionist, regulationist and citizenship approaches.

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March 12 CLE Program on E-Discovery Issues in Federal Criminal Practice

Judges, prosecutors and defense counsel will offer practical advice for criminal law practitioners.

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