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Rebecca ’Toyin Doherty `24 reflects on her experience learning abroad in South Africa with Rutgers
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Dan Adamek '24 summarizes his summer as the first Center for Gender Justice and Law Summer Fellow, working on behalf of families at the at the Brooklyn Defenders’ Family Defense Practice.
Keynote speaker Justice Leona Theron on Zoom
The symposium on November 16 commemorated the 75th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
2L Kimberly Taylor takes a look at the large backlog of cases in the New Jersey court system and considers looking to a former US President for solutions.
3L Jeremy Koepf considers the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination and how a gap in its protections could prove problematic for employees facing discrimination in their benefits.
Emily Rathburn '23 & Paralegal Sylvia Santos giving a charla at the border.
Emily Rathburn RLAW'23 reflects on her trip to Tijuana during which she assisted migrants at the border and how her experiences on that trip provide valuable insight for her future career.
Hayley Schultz at IRAP Office
Hayley Schultz ’24 was one of nine students who worked with clients unable to remain in Jordan at IRAP’s office in Amman. She co-wrote this blog for IRAP with Shae Heitz of the University of Connecticut Law School.
Leonard Lancaster '23
New Rutgers Law alumnus Leonard Lancaster '23 reflects on his time as a Rutgers Law student in Newark and why his ultimate career goal is to close the gap in the legal industry.
Erinmarie Byrnes '23
New Rutgers Law alumna Erinmarie Byrnes '23 reflects on her time as a Rutgers Law student in Camden and how she will be continuing her work from law school as a Social Justice Scholar and Veterans Advocacy Clinic student.
Kathryn D. McLamb, Rutgers Law 2L
Kathryn A. Daniel recently attended Eagleton Institute's Ready to Run Conference, hosted by the Rutgers Center for American Women and Politics.
Emily Rathburn '23 and Amily Bolano Diaz '24 explain why they are volunteering with the Rutgers Immigrant Rights Clinic and Espacio Migrante to assist migrants in Tijuana, Mexico.

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