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1 Rutgers Law Offers First Immigration Certificate Program in the State
2 Rutgers Law first in New Jersey to offer immigration certificate program
3 Advancing the Expansion of the Middle Class, Rutgers University Appoints Research Fellows to Study the Impact of Shares
4 What 2020 taught us
5 Speaker Series to Examine Topics on Citizenship and Equality
6 "Detention camp" bill misinformation spreads on social media
7 Law Alumna Breaks New Ground : Rutgers Magazine : Rutgers University – Camden
8 Joe Biden will be only the second Catholic president – and a conundrum for the faithful
9 Nina Rodriguez RLAW '21 Talks About Being the First Latina Editor of the Rutgers Law Review in Camden | Rutgers Law
10 Rutgers–Camden Honors Student Awarded International Social Justice Fellowship
11 Pro bono NJ attorneys getting far more immigrants released
12 News From the Board of Governors: June 2020
13 Rutgers panel: Lack of access to aid is disproportionately hurting immigrant women of color
14 Summer Reading: Over 40 Books on Race, Racism, and the Black American Experience to Read Now, as Recommended by Rutgers-Newark Faculty
15 Make the Road New Jersey and Advocates Applaud Assembly Judiciary Committee's Vote to Remove Barriers to Professional Licenses
16 For Some Lawyers, Hitting Right Note on Remote Trials Is Matter of Life and Death | New Jersey Law Journal
17 Rutgers Law School Creates Academic Centers for Civil Rights, Immigration
18 NJ Assembly OKs bill allowing undocumented immigrants to obtain professional licenses
19 A Century Later, Plainfield's Martin Kane Gets Due Recognition
20 Faculty Across Rutgers Join Initiative to Explore Impact of Pandemic
21 Comparison between Capitol siege, BLM protests is denounced
22 COVID-19 Prompts Changes in NJ Summer Associate Programs | New Jersey Law Journal
23 Scholars and Advocates Hold Roundtable Media Briefing on Impact of Exclusion from Aid on Immigrant Women in New Jersey Under COVID
24 Rutgers Law Professors: Legal Issues to Watch for in 2020
25 Women's History Month Celebrated With Series of Events February Through April
26 Exploring Islamophobia Across the Globe
27 Rutgers' Eagleton Institute of Politics Announces 2020-2021 Science and Politics Fellows
28 Murphy signs law allowing undocumented immigrants to obtain professional licenses
29 Business, Clergy Leaders Call for Immigrant COVID Aid in New Jersey
30 Immigration reform after COVID-19 | TheHill
31 December jobs report sends ‘a lot of signals’ about what’s needed from Biden administration: Economist
32 Make the Road New Jersey, Immigrant Youth, Advocates and Academics Applaud Senate Vote in Favor of Professional License Legislation
33 The Supreme Court's 2019-2020 Regulatory Term
34 Make the Road New Jersey, Immigrant Youth, and Advocates Celebrate Passage of Law to Extend Professional Licenses to Immigrants
35 Does New Rutgers President Mean New Day for Dealings with University Unions?
36 Hub City Resident-Turned-Rutgers Student Gives Back to Her Immigrant Community
37 Arianna Celemi Diversifying Bookshelves Through 'Bookstagram'
38 Rutgers Institute for Health Receives $10M to Study Health and Well-Being in New Jersey
39 Rutgers Election and Political Experts Available for Election Night, Week Coverage
40 2020's most defining stories in Syracuse
41 How This Bill Could Bolster New Jersey's Professional Workforce And Offer Hope To Undocumented Immigrants
42 More Than 40 Organizations Call On ICE's Newark Field Office To Implement Emergency Measures To Stop The Spread Of COVID-19 In New Jersey Immigration Detention Centers
44 Rutgers-Eagleton Poll: About Four in Ten New Jerseyans Say They Won't Get COVID-19 Vaccine
45 Economist Available to Discuss New Immigration Order
46 From facial recognition, to predictive technologies, big data policing is rife with technical, ethical and political landmines
47 As the pandemic rages, the Biden administration must stop detaining immigrants | Opinion
48 Former Superior Court Judge Bolsters Pashman Stein's Public Interest Practice | New Jersey Law Journal
49 Ahead of the Curve: Law Profs Take on Hamilton
50 Rutgers Names Campus Building After Justice Ginsburg
51 Coronavirus update: No internet, phone shutoffs in NJ
52 NJ Assembly to consider allowing undocumented immigrants to obtain professional licenses
53 Immigrant Rights Groups Call on Hudson Co. Freeholders to End Contract With ICE
54 Before Trump Rally in N.J., Justice Dept. Joins Local Immigration Case
55 Cardinal Tobin, Faith Leaders urge New Jersey Legislature to Approve COVID-19 aid to Taxpaying Immigrants
56 Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey Awarded $1.6M for Rutgers Youth Enjoy Science (RUYES) Program for Underrepresented Youth and Educators
57 Rutgers Institute for Health Names Mariana Figueiro Director for New Center for Healthy Aging
58 N.J. can restrict what information police share with ICE, judge rules
59 Rutgers Experts Available to Discuss Presidential Debate Topics
60 Undocumented immigrants detained during COVID-19: How to help
61 Election Integrity: Rutgers Expert Available to Discuss
62 Rutgers, William Paterson receive $3.3M in STEM grants from National Science Foundation
63 Public Health Experts Urge U.S. Officials to Withdraw Order Enabling Mass Expulsion of Asylum Seekers
64 Mekhail Sarofiem
65 Rutgers $5 Million NIH Grant Will Improve Access to COVID-19 Testing in Underserved and Vulnerable Communities
66 Rutgers Expert Available to Discuss Voter Participation, Mail-in-Voting
67 Rutgers Experts Available to Discuss New Jersey’s Referendum to Legalize Marijuana
68 Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey Experts Available for Comment on General Breast Cancer Topics During Virtual San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium (SABCS)
69 Supreme Court rules that Trump administration cannot immediately end DACA
70 ‘The hopes are huge’: Philly-area immigrants are optimistic, if cautious, about a Biden presidency
71 Rutgers Expert Discusses How Community Faith-Based Organizations Can Prepare For COVID-19
72 Due Process Television Show Films at Rutgers Law School
73 Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey Receives $25 Million Gift for Cancer Immunology and Metabolism Center of Excellence
74 Rutgers Launches COVID-19 Seroprevalence Study in Essex County
75 Rutgers Research Identifies Safe and Effective Method of Delivering Medicines to the Lungs
76 Undocumented immigrants now eligible for professional, occupational licenses in New Jersey
77 Rutgers Medical Experts Available to Discuss President Trump Testing Positive for Coronavirus
78 Rutgers Law student helps collect, distribute PPE for health care workers at local hospitals
79 Power moves: New board members at Philadelphia Young Playwrights, Juvenile Law Center, and PICC
80 Show Your Rutgers Pride
81 Francine Conway Brings Experience, Expertise to Role of Rutgers-New Brunswick Provost
82 Coronavirus: Rutgers community reacts to suspension of commencements
83 Inside the Lives of Immigrant Teens Working Dangerous Night Shifts in Suburban Factories
84 Rutgers Cancer Institute Research: Breastfeeding is Safe for Breast Cancer Survivors of Reproductive Age
85 The deportation of an Iranian student shows the unchecked power of Customs and Border Protection
86 What Does it Mean to be An NCI-Designated Comprehensive Cancer Center?
87 Modern Legal Classroom: New Technology Expands Course Options, Connects Campuses
88 Rutgers Law Students Can Work on LGBT Issues in South America This Summer
89 Law Schools See 'Trump Effect,' With More Students Studying Immigration Law
90 Rutgers Law School Ranked 62nd Nationwide in Annual US News & World Report Graduate School Rankings
91 Rutgers Jewish Film Festival Goes Virtual, November 8–22
92 Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey Expert Addresses Lymphoma in Wake of Recent Announcement from Actor Jeff Bridges
93 Mexican Immigrant Obesity Rates Climb with Deportation Fears
94 Restrictive immigration policy hurts Michigan's economy
95 Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey Experts Address Prostate Cancer in Wake of Recent Announcement from Television Personality Al Roker
96 Trump’s changes to ‘public charge’ rule start for immigrants, with chilling effect that could increase hunger
97 Company-Investor Working Group Issues Report on Standard Practices for Virtual Shareholder Meetings
98 New Jersey will allow undocumented immigrants to apply for professional licenses
99 Holocaust Scholar Offers a Modern-Day Lesson on Refugees
100 NJ law lets undocumented people to get professional licenses