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The Rutgers University School of Law–Camden Alumni Association advances the school, the students and its graduates throughout their lives.
Since its founding in the 1940's by Anthony J. Perotti ‘43, the Association has grown and prospered. Until recently, it has been governed by a board of 45 members, including six executive officers. These dedicated alums represent a cross-section of the over 9,000 alumni who have passed through the halls of this institution. They meet bi-monthly to tackle such issues as networking, diversity, scholarship, and how to support and promote the law school.
In 2009, the Camden Law Alumni Association became a chartered member of the Rutgers University Alumni Association which represents the more than 450,000 graduates of Rutgers University. There are no forms to complete and no dues to pay. Upon graduation, you are automatically a member and entitled to all the benefits.
During the academic year, the Camden Law Alumni Association organizes networking events throughout New Jersey, Philadelphia, New York City, Delaware, and Washington DC. The Association sponsors three awards presented annually at the Distinguished Alumni Awards Celebration each November that celebrate outstanding graduates: the Arthur E. Armitage Sr. Distinguished Alumni Award, the Joseph M. Nardi Jr. Distinguished Service Award and the Recent Graduate Award that honor graduates who have achieved an extraordinary level of success through their legal and professional expertise, through outstanding service to the Law School, and/or through exemplary community leadership. The Association also participates in the annual Rutgers University–Camden Alumni Weekend, helping graduates reconnect with former classmates and share fond memories of their law school days. Through the generous support of its members, the Rutgers School of Law–Camden Alumni Association provides scholarships based on need and merit to those students who otherwise might not have the opportunity to achieve their goals.
The benefits of being a member of the Alumni Association are many and varied. Our alums are loyal and dedicated. They generously help their fellow graduates, the Law School and students in a variety of ways by volunteering as an adjunct faculty member, guest lecturer, moot court judge or coach, student mentor, panelist, etc. On this alumni page, you can register for an event, check the calendar, volunteer your services, update your home and business information or make a gift to the law school. Anyone with questions about the RUAA or CLAWAA can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org .