2
Mar
Monday, 12:00 PM

This lunch and learn, a mandatory program for first-year studetns, will feature a conversation about health and wellness in law school and the legal profession. Attorneys have high rates of depression compared to other professions, and many law students experience symptoms of depression. Please join us for a discussion of this important topic. Presented by the David Nee Foundation and the New Jersey Lawyers Assistance Program, this event will take place in Room 106. Food will be served, all students are welcome.

2
Mar
Monday, 12:30 PM

Peter Decherney, a professor of English and cinema studies at the University of Pennsylvania,  will present his research during this Faculty Workshop Series.

The Rutgers–Camden Faculty Workshop series offers a collegial atmosphere in which faculty from Rutgers and distinguished guests present scholarly work and discuss contemporary legal issues. It enhances the intellectual life of the law school community and Camden campus by providing a forum for critical exchange across the disciplinary and topical boundaries that often separate scholars of the law. 

Faculty colloquia are presented for the benefit of the Rutgers Law community.  If you would like more information about a particular event, please contact Katie Eyer at (katie.eyer@rutgers.edu).  Faculty and staff should login to access further information about the presentation.

4
Mar
Wednesday, 12:00 PM

Aloha! Ho'olu komo la kaua  (please join us) for the APIL Auction Luau on the Clark Commons "Bridge."

Dancers, drums, slushies, palm trees, coconuts, pineapples, and of course... the live and silent auctions (lists available soon)!

Please come dressed in your loudest Hawaiian shirt or dress, and enjoy homemade meals and desserts; bid on fabulous items from restaurant gift certificates to musuem tickets to BarBri and Kaplan Course Certifcates; and much, much more!

Enjoy the Camden island breezes and sway to the mellifluous tones of your Tiki Masters of Ceremonies Dean John Oberdiek, Professor Kim Mutcherson, and Professor J.C. Lore!

 

11
Mar
Wednesday, 4:00 PM

At 4 p.m. on Wednesday, March 11, the public is invited to a lecture in the law school in Room E-108 by van der Westhuizen about the role of law and constitutions in repairing past injustices. The talk is titled, “‘Can’t repeat the past? Of course you can’: Using Law and the Constitution to Repair Past Injustices.”

Van der Westhuizen previously served as a professor and chair of the Department of Legal History, Comparative Law and Jurisprudence in the University of Pretoria’s Faculty of Law, and is the founding director of the university’s Centre for Human Rights.

 

23
Mar
Monday, 6:00 PM

The documentary "Broken On All Sides" about the history and causes of mass incarceration in the United States will be shown in the Multi-Purpose Room of the Campus Center.

24
Mar
Tuesday, 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM

This three-part conference at Rutgers University–Camden will explore key issues affecting the New Jersey youth.  Topics include issues related to the deep end of New Jersey’s juvenile justice system (particularly the importance of data and the harmful practice of solitary confinement) and successful local education solutions for at-risk youth.

“Creating Bridges for Camden’s Youth: Juvenile Justice Concerns and Local Solutions” will feature 10 prominent speakers, including keynote speaker Juvenile Law Center Deputy Director and Chief Counsel Marsha Levick, who will address concerns and opportunities for reform and alternative models for juvenile offenders.

From noon to 4 p.m., the conference will take place in the Multi-Purpose Room of the Campus Center, located on Third Street, between Cooper Street and the Benjamin Franklin Bridge at Rutgers University–Camden.  The 4 to 5 p.m. “Juvenile in Justice” photography exhibit reception, will be held in the Stedman Gallery, located within the Rutgers University–Camden Fine Arts Complex.

To register for this conference, contact Matthew Closter at matthew.closter@rutgers.edu or (856) 225-6923.

25
Mar
Wednesday, 12:30 PM

Tobias Barrington Wolff, a professor of law at Penn Law, will present his research during this Faculty Workshop Series.

The Rutgers–Camden Faculty Workshop series offers a collegial atmosphere in which faculty from Rutgers and distinguished guests present scholarly work and discuss contemporary legal issues. It enhances the intellectual life of the law school community and Camden campus by providing a forum for critical exchange across the disciplinary and topical boundaries that often separate scholars of the law. 

Faculty colloquia are presented for the benefit of the Rutgers Law community.  If you would like more information about a particular event, please contact Katie Eyer at (katie.eyer@rutgers.edu).  Faculty and staff should login to access further information about the presentation.

25
Mar
Wednesday, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
This program, which qualifies for NJ Newly Admitted credits under “Trust and Business Accounting”, will cover the key requirements of the New Jersey Court Rules and the Rules of Professional Conduct that give rise to audit issues with respect to handling client funds, maintaining attorney trust, business and fiduciary accounts and the required recordkeeping. This will be done by providing a first-hand view of the audit process, red flags and how to avoid issues during an audit. Topics include:
• The recordkeeping requirements as per NJ Court Rule 1:21-6 and RPC 1.15
• Random audit procedures and findings
• Common recordkeeping problems
• Disciplinary audit procedures and findings
• Trust Overdraft Program
• Overview of disciplinary process

PLEASE NOTE that NJ credits are approved for the Newly Admitted NJ Attorney Requirement for Trust & Business Accounting only and are not applicable as ethics credits.
PA & NY do include ethics credits

Faculty: Robert Prihoda, Esq., Chief of the Random Audit Program, Office of Attorney Ethics

William Ruskowski, Chief of Investigations, Office of Attorney Ethics

Location: Rutgers School of Law
217 North 5th Street
Camden, NJ 08102
Credits: CLE: NJ: 2.4 | NY: 2.0 | PA: 2.0
Course Types: Newly Admitted Lawyers Course
Subject Areas: Law Practice Management
Cost: $50.00
Detailed Information: Program Announcement

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26
Mar
Thursday, 4:00 PM

The seventh annual Donald C. Clark, Jr. '79 Endowed Law and Religion Lecture, titled "A Religious Constitution: The Integration of Church and State," will take place in Penn 401, with a reception immediately following on the Clark Commons or law bridge. The three featuered speakers include Rutgers Law-Camden Professor Steven Friedell, Villanova Law Professor Patrick Brennan, and Wisconsin Law Professor Asifa Quraishi-Landes.

Organized by the student-run Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion, the annual endowed lecture encourages comprehensive dialogue on law and religion outside of the legal classroom.

The public lecture will take place in Penn 401, accessible from the side of the Paul Robeson library on Fifth Street, between Cooper Street and the Benjamin Franklin Bridge on the Rutgers-Camden campus.

28
Mar
Saturday, 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Dean’s Law Day, for admitted students only, is a great way to get more academic and student life information as you begin to make your final law school decision. Join faculty, students, staff, and alumni at this exciting Rutgers Law event. Attend a mock-1L class, hear alumni who practice in diverse areas of law, discover our renowned faculty at seminar presentations, talk to financial aid, tour the federal courthouse, and much more. For more information, contact Admissions at admissions@camlaw.rutgers.edu; 856-225-6102; or 800-466-7561 or watch a video about this law school tradition.