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  • Rutgers School of Law-Newark
    of Career Services Information for Students Information for Alumni ae Information for Employers Career Development Blog News Releases Upcoming Events Calendar Media Guide to Faculty Rutgers Law in the News Media Contacts Publications Videos Alumni Overview Giving Overview The Case for Rutgers School of Law Newark Justice Virginia Long 66 Is Neisser Program Keynote Speaker Oct 22 First Monday event on Protecting Workers and Consumers from Corporate Abuse also will include panel of four advocates for consumer rights Read Story October 16 Program on New Developments in Legal Information Research Friends of Rutgers Law Library and Rutgers IPE offer insights from experts on how to take advantage of latest online services Read Story Symposium on Book That Asserts Intrinsic Value of Legal Institutions October 25 event will feature Why Law Matters author Alon Harel and leading academics in criminal law theory and legal and political theory Read Story Clinic News Spotlights Faculty and Student Work Clinical Program newsletter summarizes litigation and advocacy successes and faculty honors of the past year Read Story Alumni Association Recognition Dinner Is Nov 6 Honorees are Mary Beth Hogan 90 Senior Co Chair of Litigation Debevoise Plimpton Hon Esther Salas 94 U S District Court District of NJ and Amy Gottlieb 96 Associate Regional Director AFSC Read Story CLE Program on Handling the Media in High Profile Cases Hear from experienced members of the bench bar and media at Oct 28 Rutgers IPE program Read Story More News Rachel Moody 15 Dual Degree Program and Varied Internships Boost Career Readiness An undergraduate internship experience with the San Francisco Planning Department showed Rachel Moody that a legal education can have broad application and provide an advantage in various work environments That insight brought her back to New Jersey whose fast paced way of life she missed

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  • Site map | Rutgers School of Law-Newark
    Centennial Celebration 100 Years 100 Milestones Deans of the Law School Law School Buildings Institute for Professional Education Directions Heckel Inn of Court Visiting Us Academics The J D Program Clinical Program Study Abroad Program Dual Degree Program Legal Analysis Writing and Research Skills Skills Courses Rutgers Law Associates Fellowship Program Quality Affordable Legal Services Firm Biographies Admissions Financial Aid Applying to the Law School Application Instructions Dual Degree Program Application Fee and Fee Waiver Requests Transfer Visiting Applicants International Applicants Foreign Lawyer Program ABA Required Disclosures Full Time and Part Time Programs Entering Class Profile Minority Student Program MSP Legacy Alumni Campaign Why Give to the MSP Foundation for Success The Accomplishments of MSP Graduates MSP FAQs Financial Aid Overview Tuition Fees Scholarships Work Study Program Grants Loans To Apply for Financial Aid Loan Repayment Assistance Paying for Law School Paying for Law School FAQs Admitted Students Alumni Giving Alumni Overview Rutgers School of Law Newark Alumni Association From the President Mentoring Program Alumni Achievements 2013 Alumni Events 2013 Stay Connected Giving Overview How to Give Types of Gifts The Case for Rutgers School of Law Newark Academic Excellence Fund Financial Aid Scholarships Loan Repayment Assistance Faculty Support Clinical Program Minority Student Program Library Acquisitions Student Activities Career Development About the Office of Career Services Resources Programs Services Class of 2013 Employment Statistics Class of 2012 Class of 2011 Class of 2010 Reciprocity Information for Students Prospective Students Information for Alumni ae Rutgers Research Fellows Information for Employers About Our Law School Career Development Blog Clinics Clinical Program Overview History Conference Marks 40 Years of Clinics at Rutgers Newark A Legacy of Inspired Leadership Book on Clinical Successes Docket Highlights National Award Winning Program Newsletters Child Advocacy Clinic Civil Justice Clinic Community and Transactional Lawyering Clinic Constitutional Rights Clinic

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  • Faculty & Staff Directory | Rutgers School of Law-Newark
    Department Phone 973 353 Room Acevedo Elizabeth Career Services 3084 228 Askin Frank Faculty 5687 470 Auffant Charles Faculty 3104 465 Ball Carlos Faculty 3008 491 Baugh Edna Clinical Program 3258 457 Bell Bernard Faculty 5464 486 Bergelson Vera Faculty 3145 496 Bitterman Amy Faculty 3059 172A Blum Cynthia Faculty 5045 413 Blumrosen Alfred Faculty 5332 480A Boddie Elise Faculty 3375 442 Bouchoux Fran Academic Student Services on leave of absence Bravo Weber Yvette Minority Student Program 3064 172B Butler Loretta Library 3091 265 Cantor Norman Faculty 5486 480A Canty Barnes Esther Faculty 3268 459 Caraballo Mayra Faculty Support 3044 420 A Carter Bernadette Information Technology 3154 421 386B Chen Ronald Acting Dean 5551 193A Cohen Laura Faculty 3187 455 Coicaud Jean Marc Faculty 3285 Conklin Hall 211 Contesse Jorge Faculty 3041 303A Correia Rosie Finance Administration 3071 172C Crawford Marjorie Faculty 3144 321A Crnoevich Marcia Faculty 3273 480A Dadush Sarah Faculty 3042 303B Davila Gina Clinical Program 1167 406 Dennis Donna Faculty 3178 402B Deutsch Stuart Faculty 5481 1714 171 Donohue Janet Communications 5553 175 Dubin Jon Faculty 3186 454 Eakeley Douglas Faculty 3105 411 Fang Wei Faculty 3061 165B Farmer Jr John J Faculty Feinstein Jack Faculty 3188 456 Fornarotto Nicky Financial Aid 1702 229 Francione Gary Faculty 5321 409 Freund Sandy Faculty 3238 469 Fromkes Karen Information Technology 3155 386C Garbaccio Linda Academic Services 5396 174 Gatti Matteo Faculty 5159 494 Geddis Roberta Admissions 5554 212 Giordano Elaine Library 3121 364 Gjoca Arbana Library 3114 321 Gold Steve Faculty 3177 477 Goldstein Steven Faculty 3088 263 González Carlos Faculty 5065 415 Green Stuart Faculty 3006 426 Gupta Anjum Faculty 2518 402A Guseva Yuliya Faculty 2583 303D Hanks Quintella Clinical Program 3237 406 Haque Adil Faculty 3264 489 Henderson Taja Nia Faculty 3166 444 Hilger Bill Information Technology 3156 386D Ho Christina Faculty 3098 446 Hoffman Barbara Faculty 3269 474 Holmes Robert Faculty 3190 458 Hyde Alan Faculty 3163 412 Hyman Jonathan Faculty 3244 476 Hypolite Yvena Library 5677 165 Joergensen John Library 3152 364B Kettle John Faculty 3257 463 Kim Suzanne Faculty 3232 442 Kim Prieto Dennis Faculty 3037 162 Kline Emily Faculty 3272 475A Krantz Chris Information Technology 3123 386 Kunkel Rebecca Library 3039 164 Latin Howard Faculty 5535 488 Leubsdorf John Faculty 5273 414 Li Ji Faculty 5384 418 Lyons Susan Faculty 3036 161 Majlesi Ava Development 3085 193B Mandelbaum Randi Faculty 3271 467 Manna Andrea Academic Services 3275 191B Melito Marie Finance Administration 5334 196 Mendlovitz Saul Faculty 5516 492 Moore Mary Ann Faculty Support 3171 421 Moore Tim Building Services Nagle Josephine IPE 3072 490A Noll David Faculty 2584 303C Ondersma Chrystin Faculty 3018 428 Paradise Brandon Faculty 3263 495 Perez Mildred Office of the Dean 3045 193 Perry Twila Faculty 5927 422 Pope James Faculty 5979 425 Ramones Evelyn Library 5677 106 Rashid Sasha Student Affairs and Communications 3069 170 Raveson Louis Faculty 3054 446 Regina Sarah K Academic Support 3066 194 Richman Stephanie Career Services 5555 226 Roehrenbeck Carol Faculty 165

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  • Message from the Dean | Rutgers School of Law-Newark
    Clinical Program Overview Child Advocacy Clinic Civil Justice Clinic Community and Transactional Lawyering Clinic Constitutional Rights Clinic Criminal and Youth Justice Clinic Education and Health Law Clinic Federal Tax Law Clinic Immigrant Rights Clinic Intellectual Property Law Clinic International Human Rights Clinic About Us Public Interest Fellows Pro Bono Loan Repayment Assistance Program Summer Internships and Funding Public Interest Career Resources Student News and Information Academic Affairs Moot Court Student Journals Student Life Services Campus Resources Student Directory About the Office of Career Services Information for Students Information for Alumni ae Information for Employers Career Development Blog News Releases Upcoming Events Calendar Media Guide to Faculty Rutgers Law in the News Media Contacts Publications Videos Alumni Overview Giving Overview The Case for Rutgers School of Law Newark Dean s Message Quick Facts Deans and Administration History of the Law School Centennial Celebration 100 Years 100 Milestones Deans of the Law School Law School Buildings Institute for Professional Education Heckel Inn of Court Visiting Us Related Links Letter to U S News on concerns about the reliability of its rankings PDF Acting Dean Ronald K Chen Print Message from the Dean We are an institution rich in people and history As we celebrated during our recent Centennial few law schools can match our contributions to the advancement of legal theory and practice the diversity of our faculty and student body the accomplishments of our public interest programs and our reputation for outstanding academic quality and a progressive tradition All these elements combine to make Rutgers Newark an extraordinary environment for producing lawyers dedicated to social justice and excellence in the profession Our law professors are prominent scholars and experts in established and emerging areas of law who challenge and inspire students in an intense yet supportive environment Our students come to

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  • The J.D. Program | Rutgers School of Law-Newark
    Clinic Immigrant Rights Clinic Intellectual Property Law Clinic International Human Rights Clinic About Us Public Interest Fellows Pro Bono Loan Repayment Assistance Program Summer Internships and Funding Public Interest Career Resources Student News and Information Academic Affairs Moot Court Student Journals Student Life Services Campus Resources Student Directory About the Office of Career Services Information for Students Information for Alumni ae Information for Employers Career Development Blog News Releases Upcoming Events Calendar Media Guide to Faculty Rutgers Law in the News Media Contacts Publications Videos Alumni Overview Giving Overview The Case for Rutgers School of Law Newark The J D Program Clinical Program Study Abroad Program Dual Degree Program Legal Analysis Writing and Research Skills Skills Courses Rutgers Law Associates Fellowship Program Quality Affordable Legal Services Firm Biographies Related Links Academic Calendar Academic Affairs Print The J D Program Rutgers Newark s curriculum ensures the development of professional skills and values within a theoretical framework that promotes intellectual growth and a commitment to social justice Full time students complete the 84 credits required for graduation in three years and part time students typically complete the program in four years The required curriculum gives students a solid foundation in the essential conceptual and analytical methods needed to be effective lawyers in complex professional environments The small section program enables first year students to work closely with faculty members and to bond quickly with their classmates The Legal Analysis Writing and Research Skills program features a team of seasoned instructors who provide detailed feedback on progressively more challenging assignments designed to prepare students for the practice of law Interdisciplinary studies that familiarize law students with social science vocabularies and non legalistic methods of problem solving are encouraged Students may enroll in courses given by other Rutgers graduate faculties or pursue a dual

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  • Faculty Overview | Rutgers School of Law-Newark
    Law Clinic Federal Tax Law Clinic Immigrant Rights Clinic Intellectual Property Law Clinic International Human Rights Clinic About Us Public Interest Fellows Pro Bono Loan Repayment Assistance Program Summer Internships and Funding Public Interest Career Resources Student News and Information Academic Affairs Moot Court Student Journals Student Life Services Campus Resources Student Directory About the Office of Career Services Information for Students Information for Alumni ae Information for Employers Career Development Blog News Releases Upcoming Events Calendar Media Guide to Faculty Rutgers Law in the News Media Contacts Publications Videos Alumni Overview Giving Overview The Case for Rutgers School of Law Newark Faculty Overview Faculty Profiles I Love Teaching Because Faculty Scholarship Articles Op Eds 2013 2012 Recent Activities 2013 Faculty Q As Adil Haque David Troutt Steve C Gold Suzanne Kim James Pope John Leubsdorf Print Faculty Overview Our law professors are nationally and internationally renowned scholars and experts in established and emerging areas of law who challenge and inspire students in an intense yet supportive environment Particular concentrations of academic strength in the faculty lie in the fields of criminal law legal history and international law with notable expertise as well in environmental law race and the law and labor law In addition as part of the school s commitment to law reform faculty have also litigated a remarkable number of precedent setting state and federal court cases Dedicated to academic excellence and innovation in legal pedagogy Rutgers School of Law Newark has a notable history of hiring rising scholars and welcoming progressive thinkers By any measure experience interest ethnicity or gender the faculty is diverse ensuring the kind of intellectual inquiry and discovery that provides a rich foundation for a career in law The law school has long recognized the value of different perspectives and is proud

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  • Clinical Program Overview | Rutgers School of Law-Newark
    Successes Docket Highlights National Award Winning Program Newsletters Child Advocacy Clinic Civil Justice Clinic Community and Transactional Lawyering Clinic Constitutional Rights Clinic Criminal and Youth Justice Clinic Education and Health Law Clinic Federal Tax Law Clinic Immigrant Rights Clinic Publications and Events Intellectual Property Law Clinic International Human Rights Clinic Print Clinical Program Overview Our 10 in house live client clinics are distinguished by their breadth and diversity comprehensiveness of experiences for students and their involvement in cases and projects with far reaching legal or social impact Clinic law students are guided by a diverse and talented group of law professors with experience in litigation legislation mediation or transactional practice Several members of the clinical faculty have been honored for their teaching public service or related scholarship Professor Jon Dubin Associate Dean for Clinical Education A large majority of our students enroll in at least one clinic for the hands on intensively supervised instruction and the opportunity to provide service along the way The law school explicitly guarantees that students will have the opportunity for either taking a clinic or externship before graduation although it might not always be the clinic or externship of first choice The school requires that students take a clinic or other practice skills course before graduation The Clinical Program has inspired and launched the careers of many prominent public interest lawyers It also is extremely popular with students planning careers in private or corporate practice Graduates of the clinical program have gone on to positions in the nation s most respected law firms and the legal departments of Fortune 500 corporations Working on real cases students learn essential lawyering skills the substantive and procedural law governing their clinic s practice areas and professional values and applied legal ethics Among other responsibilities they regularly handle full trials and evidentiary hearings significant appellate arguments and briefs major business and real estate transactions legislative and administrative testimony and comments and complex mediations negotiations and counseling sessions Use the menu bar at the left to find news about recent activities of the clinics Each clinic includes a seminar component often using simulated skills instruction and regular individual supervisory sessions and case rounds The seminars case rounds and supervisory sessions reinforce the learning of lawyering skills and ethics and encourage the development of mechanisms of self critique for a lifetime of practice They also often lead to the exploration of larger theoretical issues providing a bridge from the classroom study of theory and doctrine to the reality of practice Perhaps even more significant than the acquisition of lawyering skills is the development of a sense of professional identity and professional responsibility Clinic law students regularly confront difficult ethical questions and strategic choices and must learn to live with the consequences of their decisions They must learn both to communicate effectively with persons whose life experiences and perspectives are often quite different from their own and to work collaboratively with other members of the clinical law firm Apart from its educational

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  • Neisser Public Interest Program | Rutgers School of Law-Newark
    Information for Students Information for Alumni ae Information for Employers Career Development Blog News Releases Upcoming Events Calendar Media Guide to Faculty Rutgers Law in the News Media Contacts Publications Videos Alumni Overview Giving Overview The Case for Rutgers School of Law Newark About Us Public Interest Fellows Pro Bono Rutgers Pro Bono Recognition Program NY Pro Bono Requirement Loan Repayment Assistance Program Summer Internships and Funding Public Interest Career Resources Related Links Rutgers Newark ranked number three in Best Law Schools for Public Interest Print Neisser Public Interest Program Rutgers School of Law Newark The People s Electric Law School has a strong and historic commitment to public service evident throughout the activities of the Eric R Neisser Public Interest Program For more information about the Neisser Public Interest Program contact publicinterest kinoy rutgers edu Created in the spring of 2000 to honor the life and work of the late Eric R Neisser former acting dean long time professor supervisor in the Constitutional Litigation Clinic and committed social activist the Neisser Public Interest Program serves to promote a culture of public service within the law school community increase and enhance opportunities for students to learn about and experience public interest work and support and assist students interested in developing careers in public service In promoting the culture of public service at Rutgers Law the Neisser Program is responsible for Advising students interested in pursuing public interest government careers Administering the school s Public Interest Fellows Program Working with the Fellows to organize the annual First Monday program and year long Fellows Forum events Supervising student run pro bono projects Overseeing the Student Pro Bono Board and working with board members to identify and promote pro bono and community service opportunities Planning a variety of public interest events including 1L

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