A Rutgers Law Blog
"Street Law is a pro bono program offered to Rutgers Law student volunteers to provide students in Camden the legal knowledge and civic skills to succeed as adults, combat inequality, and participate effectively in their communities."
"We are also mindful that there is no more appropriate moment to honor Justice Ginsburg’s life and unparalleled achievements as a preeminent American jurist and celebrate her near-decade of service to the students here at Rutgers Law School."
"Stipends supported approximately seventy students from both Rutgers law locations during the summer of 2020. All of us would have been unpaid without the generosity of donors. "
"I love Rutgers and I love Camden, and I want people to believe me when I say, I love it here. This is a town with historic streets and families that have lived here for generations."
" Working at the Brennan Center affirmed my passion to pursue a career in public interest and criminal justice policy reform."
"Waking up to the wonderful news that The Supreme Court sided with the Dreamers feels great. It cements the belief that when people demonstrate their support for a cause, government is forced to act."
"We have a duty to adapt to the changing world we are currently living in. This virus is increasing mortality and cases each day. While an individual may not believe the virus will affect them, it can."
"I am proud to say that after six months of hard work and focus, we were successful in our efforts and the Budget & Planning Committee agreed to grant our journal accredited status."
"It is important to highlight that students of color and students with disabilities in low-income school districts are a lot more vulnerable to the effects of remote learning."
“Journal participation will improve your writing overall and expose you to novel legal questions you may not have otherwise encountered in your regular studies.”
"I hope they remember Rutgers Law and become a part of our community as law students one day."
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