This spring, the Rutgers School of Law–Camden will offer a diverse schedule of conferences, symposia, and lectures featuring top scholars from across the nation as well as high-profile practitioners. The Rutgers Law community invites you to join us for any or all of these events. For more information, contact (856) 225-6026 or

Symposium on Amartya Sen's The Idea of Justice
Friday, April 15 and Saturday, April 16.
The Institute for Law and Philosophy at the Rutgers School of Law–Camden will host a two-day symposium on Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen's The Idea of Justice (Harvard, 2009). The conference will feature six presentations on Prof. Sen's recent book and its themes by leading figures in political philosophy: Profs. David Estlund (Brown), Samuel Freeman (Penn), Gerald Gaus (Arizona), Erin Kelly (Tufts), Henry Richardson (Georgetown), and Debra Satz (Stanford). Prof. Sen will also attend. The symposium's proceedings will be published in a special issue of the Rutgers Law Journal. Click here for more information.
Annual Lecture in Law and Ethics
Thursday, April 14 - 4 p.m.
Dr. Debra Satz, Marta Sutton Weeks Professor of Ethics in Society and Senior Associate Dean for the Humanities and Arts at Stanford University, will discuss her new book, Why Some Things Should Not be For Sale: The Moral Limits of the Market (Oxford University Press, 2010). Law School West Building 207
Conference: The Constitution and the Sectional Conflict
Tuesday, April 12 - 10:30 a.m.
During this conference, nationally known scholars will convene a morning session focusing on "Slavery and the Constitution of 1789" and an afternoon session focusing on "The Constitutional Dimensions of the Antebellum Conflict." Morning panelists will include Profs. Earl Maltz (Rutgers–Camden), David Waldstreicher (Temple), and Paul Finkelman (Albany). The afternoon panel will include Profs. Mark Graber (Maryland), Henry Chambers Jr. (Richmond), and Williamjames Hull Hoffer (Seton Hall).
International Law Symposium
Monday, April 4 - 1:30 p.m.
Changes and challenges in international law will be discussed by G. Christopher Griner '73, chair of the National Security/CFIUS Practice Group and managing partner of Kaye Scholer's Washington, DC office, and Margaret Gatti '91, partner of the Washington, DC office of Fox Rothschild.
New Jersey/Pennsylvania Sustainability Symposium
Thursday, March 31
Public officials, architects, business and community leaders, and university professors will convene on the Rutgers–Camden Campus to explore the latest developments in sustainability. This half-day symposium will focus on the latest in regional planning, funding opportunities, community involvement, and how businesses, universities, hospitals and municipalities engage and execute their sustainability plans in 2011. Sponsored by the law firm of Flaster/Greenberg and the Rutgers School of Law–Camden. Click here for more information.
Sports Law Symposium
Monday, March 28 - 7 p.m.
The program will bring together a distinguished group of panelists to discuss legal and ethical issues in sports law.
The Donald C. Clark Jr. '79 Program in Law and Religion Lecture
Monday, March 28 - 4 p.m.
"The Landscape of Faith: Disestablishment and Property in the Early Republic" will be delivered by Prof. Sarah Barringer Gordon, Arlin M. Adams Professor of Constitutional Law and Professor of History at the University of Pennsylvania Law School.
Health Law Symposium
Thursday, March 24 - 3 p.m.
The Rutgers Health Law Society will present its annual Health Law Symposium, featuring Dr. Jeffrey Brenner, a medical doctor at the forefront of the reform of health care delivery in the Camden community, who will discuss "Building Medicaid Accountable Care Organizations." Additionally, Prof. Rand Rosenblatt will speak about the constitutionality of the individual mandate of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.