Rutgers Law School is accredited by the American Bar Association and is a member of the Association of American Law Schools

Rutgers Law School builds on more than 100 years of providing legal education in New Jersey. Merged from its two legacy institutions in Camden and Newark as one law school in July 2015, Rutgers Law School is accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA) and is a member of the Association for American Law Schools (AALS).

As part of its accreditation process of law schools, the ABA collects data during each fall academic semester to generate the ABA Standard 509 report to share directly with prospective students the following consumer information:

  • Admissions data
  • Tuition and fees, living expenses, and financial aid
  • Enrollment and ethnicity
  • Total number of full-time and part-time faculty and staff
  • Class sizes
  • Total amount of seminar, clinical, and cocurricular offerings
  • Bar passage rates

     

Our ABA 509 Standard Report

Curriculum Information

Curriculum information is addressed on our Academics at Rutgers Law School page.

Transfer Policy

Credit Transfer Policy details are available on our Transfer Students page.  

Employment Outcomes

The first merged employment outcomes reporting for the Class of 2015 are now available and accessible below, along with employment outcomes for previous class years from both locations.