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Rutgers law - newark

4.0 of 5 stars

July 2018 | FORMER STUDENT

Uppers

People and location. Quality school with quality professors. New building. National brand recognition.

Downers

Lack of transactional courses focused on real estate or corporate law. Clinics could be expanded to include a transactional clinic.

Comments

If you are focused in litigation this school is better than if you want to be a transactional attorney.

Would You Recommend

Yes

Great school with national name

5.0 of 5 stars

October 2017 | FORMER STUDENT

Uppers

The university puts its resources to good use. There is a single brand now that the Newark and Camden locations have merged. Excellent choice considering the cost of tuition.

Downers

It is still a public school with limited resources. Has the same limitations that other schools outside of the T14 have.

Comments

I would consider this school ahead of Seton Hall if you want to practice in NJ, and definitely if you want to practice in another part of the country.

Would You Recommend

Yes

Great for NY-NJ

5.0 of 5 stars

March 2015 | FORMER STUDENT

Uppers

Cost, location (great for courts, employers, access to NYC), culture (collegial and public-minded), small class sizes, availability and involvement of deans and professors, alumni involvement and network, surprising amount of major NYC firms recruit.

Downers

Bureaucratic controls and budget limitations imposed by main university-- should be the opposite!

Comments

Visit, talk with current students, and talk to alums. Research (start w wikipedia even) prominent alumni and note how the quality and diversity of Rutgers' far exceeds competitor schools.

Would You Recommend

Yes