As New Jersey's public law school, Rutgers is committed to not only providing a robust legal education to our students, but to the need for legal scholarship and education to address the public good.
Our locations in Camden and Newark, allow us, through our public law library, clinics, and pro bono offerings and legal services programs, to provide legal assistance to individuals, companies, and communities in need.
The Rutgers Law Library supports the research needs of our students and faculty, as well as those of the public—who count on Rutgers for our U.S. government and New Jersey documents repository. Boasting over 1.2 million volumes, the Rutgers Law Library is a public resource we are proud to offer.
Our clinics provide important legal services for New Jerseyans and address pressing matters of public policy that begin or are reflected in our local communities. A broad range of issues are advanced and individual cases are litigated through our 15 live-client clinics that represent child and family advocacy, constitutional rights, domestic violence, immigrant justice, and reentry support.
Rutgers Law Associates
The very first of its kind, Rutgers Law Associates is a one-year postdoctoral fellowship program that trains new law school graduates, who provide legal services to New Jersey residents at a significantly reduced rate.