A Rutgers Law Blog
"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."
"Law school is not about the law. It’s about the people meet and how you can learn from people who come from different backgrounds and cultures."
"Representation matters, and I hope that this position will show others who come after me that people like myself belong in positions like Editor in Chief, too. There is always room for a "first", and I'm so happy I can be that for my school"
"These human beings had endured a lifetime of hardship, from wrongful imprisonments, to torture, to sexual assault, to withstanding bombings and gunfire, and countless other forms of persecution. "
"The country has turned their back on those that need it the most and we have a duty to do something about it."
"I was able to leverage institutional support to create a student-led food pantry."
"I noticed a lack of legal service providers in Newark that specifically cater to the LGBT community."
"It is very easy to become consumed with the prospect of a lucrative career, but it really takes courage to commit to one’s passions."
"This class is one of the great legal skills courses offered at Rutgers..."
"I can now confidently attest to the fact that there’s no such thing as a typical Rutgers Law student."
"...meeting people working in the profession helps connect what I’m learning with my eventual dream of becoming a practicing attorney."