Located on 40 tree-lined acres, Rutgers Law offers an attractive urban campus that is at the base of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge to Philadelphia, a city that offers world-class resources and historic charm. The Law School opened its impressive new law school building in 2008. A 2,300 square-foot courtroom and lobby accommodates our trial activities and is the site of New Jersey court sessions. The $37 million project renovated the existing six-story glass and bronze 93,860-square-foot structure and added classrooms and seminar rooms, and expanded comfortable space for student organizations and the overall social and intellectual life at the law school. The Clark Commons—a magnificent two-story glass bridge with an iconic art installation—houses a student lounge and Law Café, and welcomes visitors crossing the Ben Franklin Bridge from Philadelphia into New Jersey. The entire building enjoys strong tech support, including easy access to WiFi, AirPrint, and AirPlay.
The campus is part of the Camden Waterfront, a vibrant neighborhood that attracts approximately three million visitors each year. The Susquehanna Bank Center, Adventure Aquarium, Campbell’s Field (the minor league baseball stadium), the Battleship New Jersey, the RiverLINE light rail system, and federal and state courts are located adjacent to or within a few short blocks of the law school.
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