The faculty-led academic centers at Rutgers Law School produce groundbreaking scholarship and cutting-edge work in a wide range of scholarly fields, creating ideas and solutions in important policy and legal issues.
The Rutgers Center for Corporate Law and Governance is an interdisciplinary forum for research, analysis, and discussion of current issues in corporate law and governance.
The Center for Gender, Sexuality, Law & Policy (CGSLP) supports interdisciplinary and cross-sector research, policy, programming, and classroom initiatives in furtherance of gender- and sexuality-based equity in law and policy.
The Rutgers Center for Government Compliance and Ethics (RCGCE) seeks to advance the application of effective ethics and compliance program principles as an element of public governance at the federal, state, and local levels in the United States and worldwide.
The Rutgers Center on Law, Inequality & Metropolitan Equity (CLiME) is committed to studying the role of law and policy in encouraging or inhibiting opportunity based on place.
The Center for Risk & Responsibility explores the ways in which society makes choices about risk, its proper allocation, and compensation for the harm caused when risks materialize.
The Center for State Constitutional Studies at Rutgers-Camden is an interdisciplinary institute dedicated to promoting public understanding of American state constitutions and of sub-national constitutions in other federal systems.
The Center for State Health Policy is an initiative within the Institute for Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research with a mission to inform, support, and stimulate state health policy in New Jersey and around the nation.
The Institute for Information Policy & Law (RIIPL) is an interdisciplinary venture based at the Camden campus of Rutgers Law School. RIIPL is designed to promote research, innovation, and education in the increasingly important field of information policy.
The primary purpose of the Institute for Law & Philosophy is to advance knowledge and understanding of philosophically significant legal topics, both in normative legal theory and in analytical jurisprudence.