Rutgers Law School
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|Rutgers Law School|
|Motto||Sol iustitiae et occidentem illustra (Sun of righteousness, shine upon the West also)|
|Parent school||Rutgers University|
|Dean||Michael T. Cahill and Ronald K. Chen (co-deans)|
|Location||Camden and Newark, New Jersey, United States|
|Enrollment||873 (full-time), 237 (part-time)|
|USNWR ranking||62 |
|ABA profile||Rutgers Law School Profile|
- Rutgers School of Law–Camden, an American law school originally established in 1926 as "South Jersey Law School", which merged with Rutgers University in 1950
- Rutgers School of Law–Newark, an American law school founded in 1908 as "New Jersey Law School", which merged with the University of Newark in 1936, and which later became part of Rutgers University.
In 2015, the two law schools were unified into a single law school with two campuses.
- [https://law.rutgers.edu/leadership. Retrieved on 2017-03-14.
- "Rutgers Law School Merger FAQ". Rutgers Law School. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Retrieved 7 August 2016.
- "Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Best Law School US News". Retrieved 14 March 2017.
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