Professor Charles Auffant Honored by Hispanic Bar Association
The Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey recognized Rutgers Law Professor Charles Auffant with a “Legacy Award” at its gala in June.
“He’s committed to the community,” said attorney Michael Plata ’02, who introduced him at the gala. “He’s been a great mentor to me and to other students.”
Auffant oversees the Community and Transactional Lawyering Clinic at Rutgers Law School in Newark, which works with corporate start-ups, small community businesses and not-for-profits, especially in the greater Newark area.| Read Story
Rutgers Law HostsConference on Industry Associations and Transnational Governance
More than 20 experts in self-regulation and (domestic and international) governance met at Rutgers Law School in Newark to talk about industry-led rule-making and the relationship between private standard setters and formal law makers as part of a conference organized by Professor Sarah Dadush, affiliated faculty member of the law school's Center for Corporate Law and Governance and Co-Chair of the International Organizations Interest Group (IOIG) of the American Society for International Law.| Read Story
Check out this photo gallery from this year's Commencement
Graduation may be over, but the memories from that special day are available through the professional photographs that were taken of graduates, their families, faculty and the deans.
Starting with the morning line up on the circular staircase, to the procession, to the actual ceremony, the photographer captured the visual story of the Class of 2016.| Read Story
Rutgers Law School in Newark Holds Commencement
Anthony D. Romero, the executive director of the ACLU, had some unexpected advice for each law student in this year’s Rutgers Law School graduating class: Don’t act like a lawyer.
Romero, the commencement speaker for the Class of 2016, cautioned that the same skills that make someone an excellent adversary in the courtroom can be harmful in their private lives. “You don’t have to win every argument,” he told the graduates. “Life isn’t a tally sheet.”| Read Story
Save the Date: Transnational Governance Conference on June 10
Rutgers Law School Center for Corporate Law and Governance, the International Organizations Interest Group (IOIG) of the American Society for International Law, and the Rutgers Institute for Professional Education is pleased to present the Industry Associations and Transnational Governance Conference on Friday, June 10.
The day-long conference brings together practitioners and scholars to discuss the role of industry (or trade) associations in transnational governance.
Rutgers Law School Commencement is on May 27
This year’s Rutgers Law School Commencement will be at 10 a.m. on May 27 at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center at 1 Center St. in Newark.
Graduates report to the law school at 8:30 a.m. in the lower atrium and line up by 9:40 a.m. along the stairwell for the procession to NJPAC.
The ceremony begins at 10 a.m. This year’s commencement speaker is Anthony D. Romero, Executive Director for the ACLU.| Read Story
Luncheon to Honor Late Professors Sheppard and Blumrosen
Rutgers Law School is hosting a luncheon in honor of Professor Annamay Sheppard and Professor Alfred W. Blumrosen, two distinguished professors who died last year.
The luncheon will be on Tuesday, May 17 from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. in the Baker Moot Court Room at the Center for Law and Justice at 123 Washington St. in Newark.
Those who wish to attend are asked reserve a spot through this registration link.| Read Story
Rutgers Law School Celebrates Rutgers Day April 30
Rutgers Law School is celebrating Rutgers Day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 30.
The public is invited to visit Rutgers University in Newark and visit the display tables set up near the Paul Robeson Student Center. Rutgers Law School invites children to dress up like a judge, take part in legal hop scotch and take a brochure to learn more about Rutgers Law School.
The weekend combines Rutgers Day and Alumni Weekend at the Rutgers University-Newark campus.| Read Story
Judge Victoria Pratt is Speaker for Annual Weintraub Lecture
Students, alumni, faculty and the public are invited to hear The Hon. Victoria Pratt, municipal court judge in Newark, as this year's guest speaker for the 33rd annual Joseph Weintraub Lecture.
Pratt '98, will speak about her pioneering program of procedural justice, which encourages offenders to attend school, set goals and complete community service. Her efforts have garnered national and international attention.
Seminar April 23: Addressing the School to Prison Pipeline
Rutgers Law School, in partnership with the Essex Vicinage Advisory Committee on Minority Concerns is hosting a free community education seminar to examine school, community and court practices that influence the entry of individuals into the criminal justice system, first as juveniles and then as adults, and to collaborate with community partners to address this issue.| Read Story