Below is the archive of recorded sessions from our live virtual events in April 2020. We encourage you explore the variety of topics that highlight Rutgers Law's excellence in legal education and commitment to a positive student experience.
Virtual April Sessions
Meet the Deans: Kimberly Mutcherson and Rick Swedloff
Dean Kimberly Mutcherson and Vice Dean Rick Swedloff offered tips on how to thrive as a law student and answered questions about our location in Camden, adjusting to law school as a 1L, finding an internship and more!
I'm in Law School, Now What? Students Talk Life at Rutgers Law
Louie Thompson, Dean of Student Affairs, asks Mumbi Ngugi (1L), Kate Doyle (1L), Amanda Rom (2L), and Erik Schoenberg (3L) to reflect on the Rutgers Law experience.
Financing Law School through Financial Aid & Scholarships
Financial Aid Officer in Camden, Cassandra Hunter; Financial Aid Officer in Newark, Tai Gedeon; and Admissions Officer, Amy Timko discuss how to finance law school with financial aid, scholarship opportunities, and changing residency.
They're in Law School, Now What? Students, Parents, and Partners Talk Living with a Law Student
Dean of MSP in Camden, Rasheda Douglas asks Tue Ho (1L), Anna Esposito (1L), Jake Hraniotis (1L), and their parents/spouse how they handle having a law student in their life and how to support them.
Focus on Clients: Experiential Learning Through Clinics, Externships & a Culture of Public Interest
Watch Associate Dean for Pro Bono and Public Interest, Jill Friedman; Director of Externship Programs, Barbara Gotthelf; and Clinical Associate Professor of Law, Victoria Chase describe learning opportunities outside of your typical law class.
Beyond the JD: Talking Careers with Alumni
See Dean of Career Services in Camden, Rebekah Verona, plus alumni guests Sadé Calin of Ballard Sphar LLP and Steve Salinger of NJ's Office of the Public Defender while they talk about career opportunities after law school and answer your questions live!
Minority Student Program Q&A
Watch Dean of MSP in Camden, Rhasheda Douglas and students in the Minority Student Program as they discuss what it means to be a part of MSP and answer your questions about academic support, alumni connections, internships, and more!
Develop Your Interests: Immigration Law and Criminal Law
Learn about focusing your legal education through our certificates in immigration law with the Chair for Clinical Programs, Joanne Gottesman, and in criminal law with Board of Governors Professor George Thomas.
Develop Your Interests: Family Law and Corporate Law
Learn about focusing your legal education through our certificates in family law with Disgintguished Clinical Professor Ruth Anne Robbins and in corporate law with Professor Arthur Laby.