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Are you missing email from the school's Administration?
Are you not receiving email from the Law School's Administration? Make sure that the email that appears on the Student Directory is the correct email. https://camlaw.rutgers.edu/cgi-bin/admin/roster2.cgi?photoview=yes If not, discuss this with IT. If you have email forwarded to gmail or yahoo or another service, email from the Administration ma
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2016 Diverse Scholars Program
2016 Diverse Scholars Program - The Diverse Scholars Program provides two $20,000 awards to be used to defray necessary expenditures related to her/his legal education for the second year of law school, as well as a paid summer associate position after completion of the second year of law school.
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RIIPL lecture April 9 at noon in the faculty lounge
Mark Warner will speak about a range of current competition, trade, investment and IP issues involving the pharmaceutical industry in Canada and the implications for U.S. investors and policymakers.
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Marshall-Brennan Fellowship Applications Now Available!
The Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project is seeking rising 2Ls and 3Ls for the 2015-16 fellowship class. Info sessions will be held at 12pm on 3/25 and 3/26 in Rm 105, with food provided. Applications are on the 'Current Students' page on the school website and are due by 4/1. Contact Steve Salinger (sl.salinger@gmail.com) for more
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DUAL DEGREE FORUM
Wednesday, April 1st. 12-1:30 pm If you are interested in completing a dual-degree during your studies, please attend the Dual Degree Information Session at 12:30 pm in E108. We will have representatives from most of our dual degree partner Rutgers schools.
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Panel Discussion: Over-Policing of Minority Groups
Please join Rutgers-Camden OUTLaws on April 14 at noon at Rutgers School of Law-Camden (Room 106) for a lunchtime panel on over-policing in marginalized communities. The discussion will focus specifically on policies or practices that target people who are transgender, low-income, and/or people of color.
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RJLR Presents: 7th Annual Donald C. Clark, Jr. Lecture.
Please join Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion for the 7th Annual Donald C. Clark, Jr. Endowed Law and Religion Lecture on Thurs., March 26th, at 4pm. The lecture will be held in room 401 Penn followed by a reception on the Clark Commons, 217 North Fifth St. The lecture is titled: "A Religious Constitution: The Integration of Church and State"
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