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Constitutional Rights Clinic Gets Big Win in Election Day Registration Case

Ruling in suit brought by clinic challenging advance voter registration requirement is reversed by Appellate Division and remanded to trial court. | Read Story

Frances De Simone ’01 Joins Career Services Office

Class of 2001 alumna has more than a decade of high-level attorney recruitment and candidate counseling experience. | Read Story

DEP Commissioner Bob Martin to Keynote Program on Environmental Law and Policies from Federal and State Perspectives

NJ DEP Commissioner Bob Martin keynote remarks to be followed by panel discussion with attorneys from EPA and NJ OAG’s Environmental Enforcement Section.

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Rutgers CLE to Kick Off Expansion of University Presence in Atlantic City

Dec. 12th "ETHICS-fest" kicks off University partnership with the city to expand higher education opportunities. | Read Story

IP Law Clinic Director Helps Secure NIH Grant to Prepare Rutgers Biomedical PhDs for Careers in Industry

IP Law Clinic Director is program ambassador for training doctoral students and postdoc scientists in IP management. | Read Story

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

Program originally set for Nov. 4 will be rescheduled at a later date.

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Constitutional Rights Clinic Releases Report Criticizing Emergency Voting After Superstorm Sandy

Report concludes that, due to security concerns, voting options should not include Internet and fax voting.

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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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