November 16, 2020

Minority Student Program students will be the beneficiaries of a scholarship created in memory of Daniel Anderl by many New Jersey lawyer co-sponsoring associations and their members: Rutgers Law School-Newark Alumni Association, American College of Trial Lawyers-New Jersey State Committee, The Association of the Federal Bar of New Jersey, New Jersey Women Lawyers Association, WIN: Women in IP Network, Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey, and the Historical Society of the U.S. District Court of N.J.

On Sunday, July 19, 2020, the Salas-Anderl family suffered an outrageous act of violence when Daniel Anderl, age 20, and his father, Mark, were shot at their home in North Brunswick. Daniel’s wounds were fatal.

Because Daniel had planned for a career in law, his family has authorized the creation of the Daniel Anderl Memorial Scholarship at Rutgers Law School. With the goal of raising at least $100,000, students in the Minority Student Program at the School’s Newark location will be able to defray a portion of the cost of tuition. Funded on an endowed basis, the scholarship will assist generations of future students. All donations are tax-deductible. To make a contribution, please visit give.rutgers.edu/danielanderl.

Rutgers Law Media Contacts:
Mike Sepanic (Camden); Elizabeth Moore (Newark)

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