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Rutgers Law Students Offer Pro Bono Help to Voters on Election Day

NEWARK, N.J.‑‑ If an Essex County resident goes to vote on Election Day and gets turned down at the polls, that voter can get free legal assistance from students at Rutgers Law School.

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Conference Studies Impact of Trauma on School-Aged Children

Assessing how schools react to children who have been exposed to trauma and finding creative solutions for helping children succeed at school were two of the main themes of a Trauma, Schools and Poverty Conference, organ

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Rutgers Center on Law, Inequality and Metropolitan Equity (CLiME) Sponsors May 5 Conference on “Trauma, Schools and Poverty”

The Rutgers Center on Law, Inequality and Metropolitan Equity (CLiME) is hosting a daylong interdisciplinary conference titled "Trauma, Schools and Poverty," that looks at psychological trauma among children and their in

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Law School Appellate Team Advances to National Competition

The Rutgers Law Moot Court Board’s National Appellate Team of Laura Garcia ’17, Stephen Marietta ’17 and Peter Urmston ’17 competed against 29 other teams in a regional competition in Brooklyn in mid-February and were on

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