We're taking a look back at what happened in the Rutgers Law community this year. Here are a few of our most popular stories and posts from 2019.
Top Stories and Tweets from January, February, and March
As the attorney for the @RutgersLaw Immigrant Community Assistance Project, Jason Hernandez is doing what he can to help @RutgersU students resolve their immigration status legally and acknowledge their unique student experience. https://t.co/gvuGcbTM62 pic.twitter.com/lIupLrThMq
— Rutgers Law (@RutgersLaw) January 16, 2019
What is the future of IP and entertainment law? The @RutgersLaw Sports and Entertainment Law Society and the Rutgers Intellectual Property Law Association in Camden recently hosted Rebecca Borden RLAW'86, SVP Associate General Counsel of @CBS, as a guest speaker. pic.twitter.com/YP8sNsICeK
— Rutgers Law (@RutgersLaw) March 16, 2019
“When law school gets tough, I think about my grandfather’s advice: to focus on doing the best I can without comparing myself to others. I'm motivated by his story and the new stories I am privileged to witness in working with immigrant clients today.”
–Joanna Gardner RLAW'2019 pic.twitter.com/UmgGqAN9Y5
— Rutgers Law (@RutgersLaw) March 25, 2019
Top Stories and Tweets from April, May, and June
— Rutgers Law (@RutgersLaw) April 1, 2019
See tweets from the evening: https://t.co/xu8jiBtbZ3
— Rutgers Law (@RutgersLaw) April 2, 2019
— Rutgers Law (@RutgersLaw) May 31, 2019
Top Stories and Tweets from July, August, and September
“Not one justice will give this persuasive weight and, at best, will find it puzzling," said Co-Dean @PDavidLopez of DOJ pressure on the EEOC to change its position and tell #SCOTUS to rule that businesses can discriminate against LGBT employees. https://t.co/PXxvwjC56i
— Rutgers Law (@RutgersLaw) August 14, 2019
Did you know that in 1946, the United States offered to buy Greenland but Denmark declined? @RutgersLaw students were asked to ponder what a similar deal would look like in light of modern law in a 2017 exam question for Prof. Roger S. Clark's Intro to International Law class. pic.twitter.com/ncVZ2UUz08
— Rutgers Law (@RutgersLaw) August 20, 2019
You're a first-generation college and law student on an elevator full of faculty—what do you say to make an impression?
— Rutgers Law (@RutgersLaw) September 18, 2019
Top Stories and Tweets from October, November, and December
As Ruth Bader Ginsburg was finding her niche in women’s rights, she co-founded and became the faculty advisor for the first law journal to focus on the topic, the Women’s Rights Law Reporter at @RutgersLaw.
Learn more about her legacy here: https://t.co/BC5sq57U89
— Rutgers Law (@RutgersLaw) October 5, 2019
From seven years as an ocean lifeguard at the Jersey shore to @RutgersLaw, first-year law student Anna Esposito shares how her passion for the environment has fueled her career path.
— Rutgers Law (@RutgersLaw) October 25, 2019
“@RutgersLaw opened a thousand doors for me. I learned important thinking skills. I got a law degree. But most of all, Rutgers put me to the test to figure out who I was and what I could do.”
—@SenWarren RLAW'76 in @PhillyInquirer: https://t.co/EsDUaS04cZ
— Rutgers Law (@RutgersLaw) November 12, 2019