1. Rutgers—The State University of New Jersey—School of Law—Camden
The law school is a leading center of legal education. The faculty is internationally recognized in fields as diverse as international law, health law, family and women’s rights law, state constitutional law, and legal history. The school is a member of the AALS. The school is also included on the list of approved schools of the ABA.
2. Rutgers University School of Law—Newark
Rutgers University School of Law—Newark has been a pioneer in legal education for 100 years. It prepares students to become highly skilled, ethical lawyers who will assume influential roles. Faculty and students give the principles of justice and equality a practical significance through the clinical program and pro bono activities. Rutgers–Newark’s curriculum ensures the development of professional skills and values. The curriculum is designed to promote intellectual growth and a commitment to social justice. Full-time students complete the 84 credits required for graduation in three years and part-time students complete the program in four years.
3. Seton Hall University School of Law
Seton Hall University School of Law is the only private law school in the state of New Jersey. It was founded in 1951. Seton Hall Law offers both day and evening programs leading to the Juris Doctor (J.D.), Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Health Law, Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Intellectual Property Law, and Master of Science in Jurisprudence (M.S.J.) degrees. The school is consistently recognized for its outstanding teaching. In Seton, teaching and scholarship are linked with service to the local community to advance the law school’s social justice mission.