With a faculty of over 100 full‑time members teaching more than 1,000 students, Rutgers Law School offers a broader and deeper curriculum as the largest public law school in the Northeast. Clinics and pro bono programs, long part of the DNA of legal teaching and public service at Rutgers, are the most prominent manifestations of Rutgers Law School as a civically engaged institution within its host communities of Camden and Newark, two cities at pivotal moments in urban renewal.

In 2015, Rutgers University's law schools in Camden and Newark merged to create Rutgers Law School, one of the nation's 10 largest law schools, located in one of the 10 largest legal markets: New Jersey. At each location, students now have more opportunities to develop professional skills, access a vastly expanded faculty and alumni network, and live and study in proximity to two major legal and economic hubs, Philadelphia and New York City.

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