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Sarah Koloski Regina ’10 Appointed Director of Academic Support

Will provide counseling and academic assistance and co-teach Legal Analysis with Senior Associate Dean Deutsch. | Read Story

New Equity and Opportunity Studies Fellowship Available to Rutgers–Newark Law and Graduate School Students

Initiative to promote interdisciplinary research by Law School and Graduate School students on place-based inequality. Application deadline is Sept. 10. | Read Story

Sarah Hunt ’15 and Denise Meyer ’15 Are 2014 Proskauer Rose Fellows

Summer internships at Volunteer Lawyers for Justice reflect law firm’s support for and students’ commitment to public service. | Read Story

Reference Librarian Caroline Young Elected Chair of AALL Computing Services Special Interest Section

Reference Librarian says CS-SIS is best forum for law librarians to exchange ideas and information about technology. | Read Story

Rutgers–Newark Law School Hosts Criminal Law Conference

CrimFest 2014 drew more than 65 criminal law professors from around the country for paper presentations and discussions.

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Joyce Lee ’16 Is Sills Cummis & Gross 2014 Charles J. Walsh Scholar

Lee, who has a Doctor of Pharmacy, chosen by Sills Cummis & Gross for her determination, scholarship, and leadership qualities. | Read Story

Professor Chrystin Ondersma Named to Board of Coalition for Debtor Education

Rising scholar in areas of bankruptcy and personal indebtedness welcomes appointment to non-profit dedicated to financial education. | Read Story

Professor Randi Mandelbaum Co-Authors Letter to Congress on Experts’ Concerns About Treatment of Unaccompanied Immigrant Children

Professor Randi Mandelbaum co-authors letter to Congress signed by 50 practitioners in law, psychology and social sciences.

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Elizabeth Ehret ’15 Named Point Scholar for Her Leadership Skills, Scholastic Excellence, and LGBT Advocacy

Selected by country’s largest LGBT scholarship organization on basis of leadership skills, scholastic excellence, LGBT advocacy.

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IRS Summer Internship Furthers Career Goal for Patton Boggs Foundation Fellow Susan Wilkerson ’15

Summer internship with IRS furthers career goal to work in area of tax law and policy.

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