Professor Gary Francione argues that advocates of animal rights should focus more on not eating animals than closing circuses, in this Opinion article in The Conversation.
Perry Dane, professor of law, provides expert commentary in this Philadelphia Inquirer article about President Trump's Supreme Court nominee.
Michael Carrier, distinguished professor of law, is one of 20 experts who contributed to the American Bar Association report on antitrust law.
Michael Carrier, distinguished professor of law, shares his antitrust expertise in this Philadelphia Inquirer article.
Rutgers Law professors are among 1,100 legal scholars nationwide who oppose President-elect Trump's nomination of Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions for attorney general.
Professor Laura Cohen, Director of the Criminal and Youth Justice Clinic, talks about juvenile sentencing and the need to rehabilitate juvenile offenders, on NJTV.
Professor Michael Carrier reflects on an investigation about generic drug companies fixing prices in this New York Times article.
Professor Adil Haque, an expert on the law and ethics of armed conflict, weighs in on the Pentagon's new rules for combat in this New York Times article.
Four Rutgers Law professors were among 42 Constitutional scholars nationwide to sign an open letter to President-elect Donald Trump asking him to abide by the Constitution. Details are included in this USA Today article.
Rutgers Law Distinguished Professor Earl Maltz, who teaches torts in Camden, discussed the need to adjust the Electoral College in WHYY's NEWSWORKS
Professor Emeritus Paul Tractenberg, president of the Center for Diversity and Equality in Education, whose life's work has been about equality in education, discusses why students benefit from attending integrated schools in this New York Times article.
Rutgers Law Distinguished Professor Michael Carrier, who teaches intellectual property at Camden, discusses Capital One’s antitrust case against Intellectual Ventures with the American Lawyer.
Rutgers Law Clinical Prof. J.C. Lore III, who directs the trial advocacy program in Camden, talks with the Wall Street Journal on the latest in Bridgegate.
Rutgers Law Professor Ellen Goodman, who teaches copyright law in Camden and co-directs the Rutgers Institute for Information Policy & Law, discusses in this Slate.com story how Facebook could recover from the fake news controversy by subsidizing local news.