Amanda O'Keefe launched LEAD to improve her sister's quality of life and promote the plight of caregivers in her Camden community.
Two constitutional law experts discuss President Obama's next move to fill the vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court.
An endowment will provide scholarships for law students and stipends for those engaged in public interest work.
The recent merger of law schools in Camden and Newark has opened new opportunities and resources for Rutgers law students. Watch and find out why students are excited about it.
A unique fellowship program at Rutgers Law School provides new members of the bar with $30,000 stipends – and lots of experience.
In Dying on the Job, the first book focusing exclusively on workplace murder, author Ronald Brown says much more employee protection is needed.
Rutgers Law Clinical Faculty played a key role in a new law that eliminates harsh penalties.
Ronald Chen traveled this summer to Korea in service of a sport he loves.
An integrated Rutgers Law School would begin using a single application in the fall of 2015 for the 2016 entering class.
Report concludes that, due to security concerns, emergency voting should not include Internet and fax voting as options.
Speakers highlight importance of community and police relationships in combating extremist violence and ultranationalist activities.