Typically in June, law schools are filled with students studying for the bar exam, not the LSAT. This summer at Rutgers Law–Camden, a group of 25 undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds are being immersed in many aspects of legal education, not only about how to gain admittance to law school, but what it’s like being […]
What fuels the fight for justice? For David Boehm, it began during his career as an automotive technician, which evolved into him becoming an educator, and then a union member. His passion now is to look out for the legal rights of employees everywhere, which is why he enrolled at Rutgers Law–Camden. Boehm, a third-year […]
Gold medals don’t come without effort. For Haddonfield resident Jay Feinman, a distinguished professor at Rutgers Law–Camden, his legal career has been nothing short of herculean. And the New Jersey Association for Justice (NJAJ) has taken notice. The group has recognized the Rutgers Law–Camden scholar with a Gold Medal for Distinguished Service, acknowledging Feinman’s various […]
Take note of the many students recognized this year for their scholarly and civic accomplishments by visiting a website that details the many awards distributed to the Class of 2014: http://camlaw.rutgers.edu/2014-diplomas-regalia-portraits-and-honors-information.
Roger Clark, Board of Governors Professor at Rutgers Law–Camden, is known the world over as a human rights and criminal law scholar, but he’s also made his international footprint by running in more than 50 countries over the past 60 years. In addition to running in exotic locales like Tibet, Liechtenstein, and the foothills of […]