Tag: Law School

Rutgers Law 2018 Graduate Advocates for Civil Rights, LGBTQ Rights

Rutgers Law 2018 Graduate Advocates for Civil Rights, LGBTQ Rights

Christopher Bustamante Osorio became interested in law when he saw injustices his parents faced in the United States after fleeing Colombia’s dangerous living conditions.

Posted in: Student Achievement
Two Rutgers Professors Advise Nigerian Lawyers on Country’s Developing Court System

Two Rutgers Professors Advise Nigerian Lawyers on Country’s Developing Court System

John (J.C.) Lore and Kimberlee Moran are among U. S. scholars and legal professionals assisting with the development of the courts.

Posted in: Community Outreach
Rutgers Law Professor Stacy Hawkins Wins Prestigious AALS Award

Rutgers Law Professor Stacy Hawkins Wins Prestigious AALS Award

The Association of American Law Schools is honoring Stacy Hawkins, an associate professor at Rutgers Law School in Camden, with the 2017 Derrick A. Bell Award.

Posted in: Campus Life
Moving Forward After Nationalist and Populist Movements

Moving Forward After Nationalist and Populist Movements

Research by two Rutgers Law School professors traces the economic and cultural roots of populist and nationalist movements in the U.S. and Europe

Posted in: Research Highlights
Rutgers Offers Students Legal Assistance on Immigration Issues

Rutgers Offers Students Legal Assistance on Immigration Issues

Rutgers Law School has launched a new service, the Rutgers Immigrant Community Assistance Project (RICAP), which offers Rutgers University students access to legal information and guidance on immigration issues.

Posted in: Campus Life