A Rutgers Law Blog

Students from Camden and Newark in South Africa.
"I think the Court represents the nation’s resilience and persistence in fighting for justice."
Embracing our World
"Those of us in the program adhere to this notion of paying it forward through mentorship."
Whitney Dumeng in Hamburg
"I am so grateful that Rutgers Law School chose me to participate in this program..."
Alecs Cook stands in the snow with fellow retreat attendees
"How will I use my JD to serve those who need an advocate to listen and tell their story?"
Tori Siegel, Neil Wise, Kylie Finley
"As future litigators, practicing public speaking and creatively arguing your point on the fly is invaluable."
Clark Commons Bridge silhouette
"To see, hear from, and speak with those in the legal profession who have similar backgrounds to me firmly plants the reality of what this profession could be."
Colin  Sheehan Rutgers
"It’s these moments that make you feel like you’re using your knowledge and skills to actually make a difference for someone."
Immigration signs
"The most important lesson I’ve learned is that we need advocates, innovators, leaders and – sometimes – just good listeners."
Claire Newsome in Class
"Social Justice Scholars has been a constant reminder of why I went to law school."
MSP students from Camden meeting with the Honorable Joseph A. Greenaway
"I have not only made life-long friends, but also gained mentors and professional connections who have been instrumental to my success in my first year of law school."
Baseball arbitration
"Baseball arbitration is a very unique form of alternative dispute resolution..."