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Major Gift Supports New Rutgers Faith-Based Communities Security Program to Address Global Threat of Violent Extremism

Program to combat targeted violence impacting communities of faith is led by John J. Farmer, Jr. of the Law School and John D. Cohen of the School of Criminal Justice. | Read Story

U.S. Senator Robert Menendez Joins International Security Officials to Support New Rutgers Program to Combat Violence Against Faith-based Communities

Faith-Based Communities Security Program will work with faith and security officials in the U.S., Europe and other at-risk areas around the world.

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City Historians and Civil Rights Advocates to Discuss the Legacy of Brown v. Board of Education in Newark at November 4 Program

November 4 program to feature civil rights attorneys, noted historians, and education law and policy experts uniquely suited to discuss the topic. | Read Story

Constitutional Rights Clinic Releases Report Criticizing Emergency Voting After Superstorm Sandy

Constitutional Rights Clinic report concludes that, due to security concerns, emergency voting options should not include Internet and fax voting. | Read Story

Professor Laura Cohen on Legal Team That Wins Release of Wrongfully Convicted Man After 29 Years in Prison

Cohen and her Criminal and Youth Justice Clinic students were part of years-long effort that won the freedom of man wrongfully imprisoned for 29 years.

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Chief Judge of Top Armed Forces Appeals Court to Discuss the Role of Courts in National Security

Hon. James E. Baker, Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces, will deliver the Fourth Annual Judge Leonard I. Garth Lecture on November 12. | Read Story

Susan Feathers Appointed Coordinator of Public Interest and Pro Bono Programs

Coordinator of Public Interest and Pro Bono Programs is experienced public interest lawyer and law school administrator.

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Justice Virginia Long to Keynote October 22 Neisser Program on Corporate Abuse of Consumers and Workers

Oct. 22 First Monday event on “Protecting Workers and Consumers from Corporate Abuse” also will include panel of advocates for consumer rights.

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CLE Program on Handling the Media in High-Profile Cases

Hear from experienced members of the bench, bar and media at Oct. 28 Rutgers IPE program.

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New Book on Intrinsic Value of Legal Institutions Is Focus of October 25 Symposium

October 25 event will feature Why Law Matters author Alon Harel and leading academics in criminal law theory and legal and political theory.

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