Professor Douglas S. Eakeley, Co-Director of the Center for Corporate Law and Governance

At Rutgers Law, students can develop their special interests through certificate programs that capitalize on the law school's doctrinal strengths in business law, criminal law, family law, and immigration law. These programs require a concentration of carefully curated upper-level courses, including skills-based classes, supervised research projects, and practical experience in the field. More information on each certificate program is provided at the links below.

At the end of this semester, graduating students may apply for a certificate from one of the Law School’s certificate programs (Corporate and Business Law, Criminal Law and Procedure, Family Law, or Immigration Law).

To apply, you must complete the online application.‣

Please do so as soon as possible after all grades for certificate coursework have been posted to your transcript.