For those whose every day is a financial struggle, Tax Day can be especially daunting. Affording accounting services may not be feasible at all and some commercial preparers prey on filers with low-to-moderate incomes. Through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) project, students at Rutgers Law School in Camden are working to address this issue […]
By Tom McLaughlin Rutgers University–Camden will host the “Women’s History Month 2017 Conference: From Bossy to Boss” from 9:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Friday, March 3, on the Rutgers–Camden campus. “This conference will bring together scholars, students, and activists from across the country to discuss some of the most vital issues relevant to women today,” […]
By Tom McLaughlin For the past 30 years, the South by Southwest (SXSW) conference and festivals have steadily gained a reputation for their celebration of innovative thinkers and artists in music, film, interactive media, and education. Fittingly, with its own reputation for faculty and administrators turning new knowledge into creative solutions, Rutgers University–Camden is poised […]
By Tom McLaughlin Amateur detectives of all ages are invited to discover how fingerprints are used to catch criminals, as Rutgers University–Camden forensics expert Kimberlee Moran leads a series of fun and engaging workshops from Feb. 7 to March 13 at various branches of the Free Library of Philadelphia. Moran, an associate teaching professor and […]
The American Bar Association’s report on antitrust law to the Trump administration includes the work of Rutgers Law Professor Michael Carrier.