Rutgers Law School has more than 120 faculty members, creating one of the finest, most diverse, and most intellectually wide-ranging communities of legal scholars and clinical professors in the nation. The sum total of their expertise means Rutgers Law offers a curriculum with a breadth and depth few of our peers can match. Our professors are passionate about teaching in and out of the classroom: they’ll involve you in their research, amicus briefs, and clinical projects, and wholeheartedly embrace the role of mentor.
Our faculty members are influential and widely published scholars. They’ve written countless books, law review articles, textbooks, and treatises. They're quoted frequently in the news. They are consulted on legislation, law reform, and matters of public policy. They represent clients, file amicus briefs, and serve as counsel in impact litigation.
Throughout the school year, Rutgers Law offers a series of workshops in a collegial atmosphere where faculty from Rutgers and distinguished guests present scholarly work and discuss contemporary legal issues. This program enhances the intellectual life of the law school community and provides a forum for critical exchange across disciplines and topics. Faculty colloquia are presented for the benefit of the Rutgers Law community but workshops are open to other legal scholars in the region. If you would like to attend a particular event, contact Steve Friedell at the Camden location at email@example.com or John Leubsdorf at the Newark location at firstname.lastname@example.org