We believe the best way to experience the vibrancy of the law school is by enjoying a visit to both or either of our unique campuses. Tours are scheduling regularly so that you can experience our community first-hand.

To visit our Newark campus, click on the tour calendar and sign up for a tour that is offered most Fridays at 11 a.m.

To arrange a visit and tour of our Camden campus, please click here to select from a variety of times offered throughout the week.

Can't make the trip? Search a list of the various nationwide LSAC Forums, law fairs, and other events to see when a Rutgers Law Admissions representative will be in your area.

Our Locations


Rutgers Law School's dynamic locations in Camden and Newark are ideal for aspiring attorneys. Whichever New Jersey campus you choose, you'll have access to two major legal and economic hubs, Philadelphia and New York City.

Both Camden and Newark offer the student-centered experience and personal attention of a smaller law school with all the resources, educational opportunities, and reputational advantages of a large, nationally-known law school.

Graduate housing is available at both locations.

  • Camden





Within the heart of a major metropolitan area, Rutgers Law's Camden location boasts the best of two vibrant cities: Camden and Philadelphia. The welcoming Rutgers–Camden campus is comfortable (combining green space with urban convenience) and compact (everything’s within a 10-minute walk). Just steps away from a vibrant waterfront district with breathtaking views of Philadelphia, our Camden location puts you within minutes of everything the region offers. It’s all right here: the arts, history, sports, culture, restaurants, and some of the best career-building internships and civic engagement options in the nation.


  • Newark





Students in Newark enjoy a lively campus experience in New Jersey’s largest city. Within walking distance of the law school, you will find the Newark Museum, NJ Performing Arts Center, downtown arts district, a professional sports arena, and a wide selection of eclectic restaurants. It’s a short walk to Penn Station, where New York City, and all it offers, is a quick train ride away.