Scoops of ice cream were doled out by the bucketful to approximately 90 people on Tuesday, Sept. 10, to not only sweeten the week, but to introduce new law students to a community committed to the robust social justice efforts underway at Rutgers Law–Camden. Sponsored by the Association for Public Interest Law (APIL) and the […]
Rutgers Law-Camden alumnus Adam Taliaferro ’08 will serve as game co-captain with Eric LeGrand during Rutgers first Big Ten game against Penn State on Sept. 13 at High Point Solutions Stadium. Read more here.
On Sunday, Aug. 24, the annual Rutgers Law-Camden dean’s welcome ceremony featured remarks from several individuals, including guest speaker Paulette Brown, partner at Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP, who is the first woman of color to serve as president elect, and ultimately president, of the American Bar Association. The approximately 182 students from the first-year class […]
Drugs, Smartphones, College Athletics and More! A Q&A with Antitrust and Intellectual Property Scholar Michael Carrier
Rutgers School of Law–Camden Distinguished Professor of Law Michael Carrier has an international reputation as a prominent intellectual property and antitrust law scholar. He’s interviewed regularly by numerous media outlets, including Bloomberg, Financial Times, Forbes, New York Times, NPR, Philadelphia Inquirer, Reuters, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post. The author of Innovation for […]
Capehart Scatchard is pleased to announce that Ted Yoa, Esq. recently joined the firm’s Workers’ Compensation Department in its Mt. Laurel office. Yoa, a 2012 alumnus, represents insurance carriers and employers in the defense of workers’ compensation claims at all stages of litigation. Yoa earned his J.D. from Rutgers School of Law–Camden, magna cum laude, […]