Luncheon to Honor Late Professors Sheppard and Blumrosen
Rutgers Law School is hosting a luncheon in honor of Professor Annamay Sheppard and Professor Alfred W. Blumrosen, two distinguished professors who died last year.
The luncheon will be on Tuesday, May 17 from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. in the Baker Moot Court Room at the Center for Law and Justice at 123 Washington St. in Newark.
Those who wish to attend are asked reserve a spot through this registration link.| Read Story
Rutgers Law School Commencement is on May 27
This year’s Rutgers Law School Commencement will be at 10 a.m. on May 27 at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center at 1 Center St. in Newark.
Graduates report to the law school at 8:30 a.m. in the lower atrium and line up by 9:40 a.m. along the stairwell for the procession to NJPAC.
The ceremony begins at 10 a.m. This year’s commencement speaker is Anthony D. Romero, Executive Director for the ACLU.| Read Story
Rutgers Law School Celebrates Rutgers Day April 30
Rutgers Law School is celebrating Rutgers Day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 30.
The public is invited to visit Rutgers University in Newark and visit the display tables set up near the Paul Robeson Student Center. Rutgers Law School invites children to dress up like a judge, take part in legal hop scotch and take a brochure to learn more about Rutgers Law School.
The weekend combines Rutgers Day and Alumni Weekend at the Rutgers University-Newark campus.| Read Story
Rutgers Law Student Chosen as NBLSA Chapter President of the Year
When Leslyn Moore became the president of the Association of Black Law Students at Rutgers Law in Newark, one of her goals was to establish a relationship with undergraduate students who were considering law school.
She paired up with the pre-law undergraduates along with the co-chair, Alaina Thomas, of the National Lawyers Guild-Rutgers Newark Student chapter and started an LSAT book drive. “We were providing them with resources,” she said. “We wanted them to know what it’s like in law school and what is involved in the law school application process.”| Read Story