Speakers Logan B. Beirne from Yale Law School and Roger Clark, Earl Maltz, and Alec Walen from Rutgers Law School will lead this discussion in Room 103, presented by the National Security Law Association and the Federalist Society. Free lunch will be provided.
Rutgers Law students are invited to attend an informative workshop designed specifically for 1L students seeking summer positions. Among the topics we will discuss include public interest career fairs and resources available to Rutgers Law students. In addition, student panelists will share their own experience and offer tips for students seeking internships.
Experienced litigators from the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) will use a variety of methods to discuss the need for civility in how lawyers interact with each other.
The fourth annual Senator Ron Rice Lecture will be held on Tuesday, October 3 from 5 to 8 p.m. in the Baker Trial Courtroom in the Center for Law and Justice at 123 Washington St. in Newark.
The keynote speaker is Philip K. Eure, the Inspector General for the New York City Police Department.
Eure will be talking about "Police Reform: The Essential Role of Independent Review."
Following the lecture will be a reception in the lower level atrium.
The School of Criminal Justice is sponsoring a campus-wide information session and bone marrow drive at its event called REAL- Rutgers Eradicating Acute Leukemias, on October 4 from 1 to 4 p.m. in the Paul Robeson Campus Center.
The Robeson Center is located at 350 Martin Luther King Boulevard in Newark.
A recipient and donor will be speaking along with representative from the Rutgers Nursing School. Speakers will be moderated by CLJ Dean Rod K. Brunson.
The 34th Annual Chief Justice Joseph Weintraub Lecture will be given by the Hons. Esther Salas, U.S.D.J. and Stuart Minkowitz, A.J.S.C.
This year’s lecture, entitled “State and Federal Alternatives to Incarceration: Same Challenges - Different Strategies,” will focus among other things on the innovative diversionary drug court programs employed in our local state and federal courts.
It will take place on Wednesday, October 4 in the Baker Trial Courtroom at Rutgers Law School in Newark.
This program focuses on the nuts and bolts of preparing the necessary paperwork to file an expungement petition under the New Jersey Criminal Expungement Law.
The Law School's annual "First Monday"event in honor of the start of the Supreme Court's term, sponsored by the Constitutional Rights & International Human Rights Clinics, the Eric R. Neisser program, and the Kinoy-Stavis program.
This year will feature *three* Supreme Court cases that focus on: the travel ban and Islamophobia, immigration and its intersection with the criminal justice system, and excessive use of force by the police. In addition to lawyers and scholars, we will have activists/organizers from directly impacted communities discuss these issues.
We will celebrate the 50th anniversary of In re Gault (establishing due process rights for kids in court) and the 10th anniversary of our Juvenile Justice Clinic.
Harold Katz and Joe Moran, career public defenders with the NJ Office of Public Defender, will be honored.
Location: Rutgers University–Camden Campus Center
This program will provide the fundamentals of municipal court practice in New Jersey from the perspective of municipal court judges, prosecutors, public defenders and private practitioners.
This course offers a condensed, simple, focused and practical survey of immigration practice basics.
Provides the fundamentals for handling family law matters in New Jersey. The program will cover areas including divorce practice and procedure from initial client meeting to trial; the basics of custody litigation, alimony, child support, equitable distribution and pre-nuptial agreements.
This year's Rutgers Law - Newark Alumni Association Gala is honoring Jennifer Velez '96 and Alan M. Cohen '79 with the Distinguished Alumni awards, and Hon. Sue Pai Yang '84 with the Fannie Bear Besser Award.
The gala will be on November 1, starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Maplewood Country Club at 28 Baker Street.
For more information, or to purchase a ticket or become a sponsor, follow this link.
This program will cover the key requirements of the New Jersey Court Rules and the Rules of Professional Conduct with respect to handling client funds, maintaining attorney trust, business and fiduciary accounts and the required recordkeeping.
This nuts-and-bolts program is a must for any attorney new to handling probate administration. The speakers will take you through the process of estate administration from start to finish, including a discussion of the filings involved and the tax and non-tax considerations.