RUTGERS THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY SCHOOL OF LAW, CAMDEN

RUTGERS THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY SCHOOL OF LAW, CAMDEN

217 N. 5TH STREET

CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY 08102

Telephone: (856) 225-6191

Fax: (856) 225-6487


ABA Approved Since 1951


Overview:

 

Founded in 1926, the School of Law was incorporated into Rutgers‑‑The State University of New Jersey in 1950. The school is approved by the ABA and is a member of the AALS. Along with the undergraduate College of Arts and Sciences, School of Business, and Graduate School, the School of Law is an integral part of the Rutgers‑Camden campus. The campus is located along the Delaware River in the heart of the Philadelphia‑Camden metropolitan area.

 

The Faculty:

 

The law school faculty is engaged in a dynamic program of scholarship, teaching, and service to the bar and community. Faculty members have authored leading casebooks and treatises in health law, international law, commercial law, constitutional law, criminal law, urban law, civil procedure, and admiralty. Faculty scholarship has been cited by numerous courts including the United States Supreme Court and the New Jersey Supreme Court. Faculty members also serve as consultants and reporters for the American Bar Association, the American Law Institute, several federal and state commissions, and counsel in important public interest litigation. The full‑time faculty of 39 is assisted by 6 full‑time research and writing faculty, 58 adjunct faculty, and 7 clinical faculty members.

 

The Students:

 

The total enrollment of the law School is between 725 and 750 with about 600 in the full‑time program and about 150 enrolled in the part‑time evening program. The total student body is represented by more than 225 undergraduate institutions and several international universities. Students are drawn from 30 states and the District of Columbia and 4 foreign countries. About 20 percent of the total enrollment are students of color and 41 percent of the full time day students are women. Admission to the law school is highly selective with about 10 applications for each seat in the entering class. For the class entering in the fall of 2008, full‑time students had an average LSAT of 160 and a 3.3 GPA.

 

The Educational Program:

 

The program of Rutgers School of Law ‑ Camden prepares students to enter the practice of law as capable, reflective, ethical professionals and to engage in informed, thoughtful inquiry about law and the legal process. In their first year (or the first and second years of the part‑time program) students pursue a required curriculum that examines core subjects and develops the skills that are essential to the study and practice of law. Thereafter, apart from a required course in Professional Responsibility, students are free to pursue an entirely elective program. The law school offers a wide range of upper level elective courses, with many advanced courses and opportunities for experiential learning, including clinical, advocacy and simulation courses. The curriculum is especially rich in the areas of commercial law, corporate and securities law, criminal law, health law, litigation, public international and comparative law, and public interest law. The school also offers a variety of joint degree programs with other units of Rutgers including programs in business, social work, public policy, public health and J.D./M.D. and J.D./D.O. programs with the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. Throughout the course of study, the curriculum integrates the study of substantive legal doctrine, theory and perspectives on law and the legal process, the operation of law in practice, and the activities and skills of the practicing lawyer. The curriculum uses a wide variety of teaching methods and educational settings, including large courses with challenging teacher‑student discussion, small seminars that provide a forum for student research, simulations that require students to function in lawyer roles, clinical opportunities in which students engage in actual client representation, under attorney supervision, and occasional on‑line asynchronous distance learning courses. A central and unique feature of the curriculum is the lawyering program. This program is composed of a series of courses, experiences within courses, and co‑curricular activities that engage students in the intellectual, pragmatic, ethical, and personal issues that arise in the practice of law. Each student must take three upperclass courses with major writing components, one of which must be an intensive writing experience, and one upperclass course which emphasizes lawyering skills. In most of the program's activities, students simulate the role of lawyers and participate in activities such as litigating or counseling clients.

 

The school offers many client‑based courses and experiences in areas such as trial advocacy, bankruptcy, business organizations, labor, family/domestic violence, and environmental law. Many customary courses such as business organizations and family law have significant drafting and lawyering components. Third‑year students in the Civil Practice Clinic represent clients, under attorney supervision, in a variety of legal matters such as social security and landlord‑tenant cases. In the Domestic Violence Clinic, students assist victims of domestic violence to obtain restraining orders, under attorney supervision. In the Children's Justice Clinic, students assist juvenile clients in delinquency hearings, sentencings and post‑disposition review, under attorney supervision. The Externship program furnishes third‑year students with the opportunity to work in federal and state judicial chambers, public agencies, and public interest organizations and to participate in a clinical seminar to reflect on their experiences. Students in Small Business Counseling advise clients on legal issues involved in starting new businesses. The law school also supports three student‑run journals, as well as an active pro bono program that provides opportunities to represent clients, under attorney supervision, in such areas as personal bankruptcies and domestic violence cases. Students also may serve as mediators in the alternative dispute resolution program of the Camden Municipal Court.

 

Facilities:

 

The law school is located in a six‑story structure which was extensively renovated in 1990. A major addition to the building for additional library space was completed in 1994. Construction of a new major addition to provide additional classroom, library, courtroom, clinic and office space began in 2006, with occupancy in May, 2008. Two hundred students live on campus in a graduate residence hall.

 


Dean:

Rayman L Solomon (856) 225‑6191

Associate Dean:

John S. Beckerman (856) 225‑6546

Associate Dean / Academic Affairs:

Kimberly K. Ferzan (856) 225‑6385

Director of Finance & Administration:

Jaydev Cholera (856) 225‑6252

Admissions ‑ Associate Dean:

Camille S. Andrews (856) 225‑6102

Assistant Dean of Development:

Barbara Maylath (856) 225‑6682

Director of Development:

Susan Shisler Doughty (856) 225‑2911

Associate Dean of Students and Career Planning:

Angela V. Baker (856) 225‑6289

Pro Bono Program ‑ Assistant Dean:

Eve Biskind Klothen (856) 225‑6608

Financial Aid ‑ Manager:

Richard L. Woodland (856) 225‑6039

Library ‑ Director:

Anne Dalesandro (856) 225‑6182


FULL TIME FACULTY

 

RAYMAN L. SOLOMON, (Dean, Rutgers‑Camden), born Helena, Arkansas, June 5, 1947; admitted to bar, 1976, Illinois. Education: Wesleyan University (B.A., 1968); University of Chicago (J.D., 1976; Ph.D., 1986). COURSES: Legal History Arkansas, Trusts & Estates. Email: raysol@camlaw.rutgers.edu


AARON ARI AFILALO, (Associate Professor of Law), born Paris, France, April 12, 1966; admitted to bar, 1992, Massachusetts; 1994, New York. Education: Harvard (A.B., 1989; LL.M., 1997); Boston University (J.D., 1992). COURSES: Contracts, International Trade, International Business Transactions, E.U. Law. Email: afilalo@camlaw.rutgers.edu

 

CAMILLE SPINELLO ANDREWS, (Instructor at Law School and Associate Dean for Enrollment), born Meadville, Pennsylvania, November 26, 1959; admitted to bar, 1986, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania; 1988, U.S. Court of Appeals, 3rd Circuit. Education: University of Pittsburgh (B.A., 1980); Rutgers Law ‑ Camden (J.D., 1986). COURSES: Federal Practice & Procedure, Complex Commercial Litigation. Email: csa@camden.rutgers.edu

 

ANGELA V. BAKER, (Associate Dean of Students and Career Planning), born Sao Paulo, Brazil, March 26, 1961; admitted to bar, 1985, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Education: Rutgers College (B.A., 1982); Rutgers School of Law, Camden (J.D., 1985). COURSES: Legal Research and Writing, Moot Court ‑ Sec. 5 & 10. Email: angbaker@camden.rutgers.edu

 

JOHN STEPHEN BECKERMAN, (Associate Dean), born New York, New York, October 26, 1945; admitted to bar, 1983, Connecticut; 1984, New York. Education: Union College (A.B., 1966); University of Iowa (M.A., 1968); University of London (England) (Ph.D., 1972); Yale Law School (J.D., 1983). COURSES: Civil Procedure, Complex Litigation, Business Organizations, Securities Regulation, Professional Responsibility. Email: john.beckerman@camden.rutgers.edu

 

LINDA S. BOSNIAK, (Professor of Law), born Cambridge, England, July 4, 1958; admitted to bar, 1989, New York. Education: Wesleyan University (B.A., 1980); University of California at Berkeley (M.A., 1988); Stanford University (J.D., 1988). COURSES: Immigration and Nationality, Employment Discrimination, Administrative Law, Refugee Law. Email: bosniak@camden.rutgers.edu

 

MICHAEL A. CARRIER, (Professor of Law), born New York, New York, March 22, 1969; admitted to bar, 1996, Maryland; District of Columbia. Education: Yale College (B.A., 1991); University of Michigan at Ann Arbor (J.D., 1995). COURSES: Intellectual Property, Evidence. Email: mcarrier@camlaw.rutgers.edu

 

VICTORIA CHASE‑WALTERS, (Clinical Associate Professor and Chair, Clinical Program), born Toms River, New Jersey, June 18, 1969; admitted to bar, 1998, New Jersey; 1998, Pennsylvania. Education: College of William and Mary (B.A., 1991); Rutgers University School of Law‑Camden (J.D., 1998). Email: vlchase@camden.rutgers.edu

 

JAYDEV CHOLERA, (Director of Finance and Administration), born India, November 13, 1953. Education: Bombay University (B.A., 1976). Email: jcholera@camden.rutgers.edu

 

ROGER S. CLARK, (Board of Governors Professor), born Wanganui, New Zealand, April 14, 1940; admitted to bar, 1964, New Zealand. Education: Victoria University (B.A., 1964; LL.B., 1964; LL.M., 1967; LL.D., 1997); Columbia Law School (LL.M., 1968; J.S.D., 1972). COURSES: International Law, Human Rights, Criminal Law. Email: rsclark@camden.rutgers.edu

 

JASON K. COHEN, (Clinical Assistant Professor, LRW), born New York, March 17, 1972; admitted to bar, 1998, New Jersey; 1998, Pennsylvania. Education: University of Florida, (B.A., 1994); Rutgers University School of Law‑Camden (J.D., 1998). COURSES: Moot Court. Email: jayco@camden.rutgers.edu

 

RUSSELL M. COOMBS, (Associate Professor of Law), born April 18, 1938; admitted to bar, 1966, Massachusetts; 1971, Pennsylvania; 1977, Kansas. Education: Stanford University (B.A., 1961); Harvard University (J.D., 1966). COURSES: Criminal Procedure, Evidence, Juvenile Law, Family Law. Email: rmcoombs@camden.rutgers.edu

 

ANNE DALESANDRO, (Director of the Law Library), born Brooklyn, New York, September 24, 1949; admitted to bar, 1975, New Jersey. Education: Fordham University (A.B., 1971); Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey School of Law, Camden (J.D., 1975); Rutgers University (M.L.S., 1977). Email: dalesand@camden.rutgers.edu

 

PERRY DANE, (Professor of Law), born Tel Aviv, Israel, September 16, 1956. Education: Yale University (B.A., 1978; J.D., 1981). COURSES: Conflict of Laws, Religion and the Law, American Indian Law, Jurisdiction, Contracts, Jewish Law. Email: dane@camden.rutgers.edu

 

JOHN H. DAVIES, (Professor of Law Emeritus), born January 14, 1940; admitted to bar, 1965, Illinois; 1972, Pennsylvania; 1976, New Jersey. Education: University of Illinois (B.S., 1963; LL.B., 1965); Harvard University (LL.M., 1968). COURSES: Partnership Taxation, Introduction to F.I.T., Income Tax Planning. Email: jdavies@camden.rutgers.edu

 

SUSAN SHISLER DOUGHTY, (Director of Development), born Woodbury, New Jersey, August 8, 1976. Education: Rutgers College (B.A., 2002). Email: sshisler@camden.rutgers.edu

 

JAY M. FEINMAN, (Distinguished Professor of Law), born Easton, Pennsylvania, January 22, 1951; admitted to bar, 1975, Pennsylvania; 1986, New Jersey. Education: American University (B.A., 1972); University of Chicago (J.D., 1975). COURSES: Contracts, Torts, Jurisprudence, Clinical Teaching. Email: feinman@camden.rutgers.edu

 

KIMBERLY K. FERZAN, (Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Professor of Law), admitted to bar, 1996, Pennsylvania. Education: University of North Carolina (B.A., 1991); University of Pennsylvania School of Law (J.D., 1995). COURSES: Evidence, Criminal Law. Email: kferzan@camden.rutgers.edu

 

DAVID M. FRANKFORD, (Professor of Law), born Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 22, 1954; admitted to bar, 1981, District of Columbia; 1989, Pennsylvania. Education: Tufts University (B.A., 1976); University of Chicago (J.D., 1979). COURSES: Antitrust, Health Care, Property, Regulation. Email: frankfor@camden.rutgers.edu

 

ANN ELIZABETH FREEDMAN, (Associate Professor of Law), born October 18, 1947; admitted to bar, 1971, Connecticut; 1972, District of Columbia; 1974, Pennsylvania. Education: Radcliffe College (B.A., 1968); Yale University (J.D., 1971). COURSES: Family Law, Constitutional Law, Sex Discrimination Law. Email: aefreedm@camden.rutgers.edu

 

STEVEN F. FRIEDELL, (Professor of Law), born Tyler, Minnesota, January 14, 1949; admitted to bar, 1974, Michigan; 1989, New Jersey. Education: University of Minnesota; Brandeis University (B.A., 1971); University of Michigan (J.D., 1974). COURSES: Admiralty, Torts, Jewish Law, Insurance. Email: friedell@camden.rutgers.edu

 

JILL FRIEDMAN, (Director, Street Law Project), born Willingboro, New Jersey, February 20, 1962; admitted to bar, 1987, New Jersey; 1988, New York; 1993, Pennsylvania. Education: Yale University (B.A., 1984); New York University (J.D., 1987). COURSES: Professional Responsibility, Marshall‑Brennan Fellowship in Constitutional Literacy. Email: jillfrie@camden.rutgers.edu

 

SANDRA FEGAN GAVIN, (Director of Advocacy Programs), born Lebanon, Pennsylvania, May 20, 1951; admitted to bar, 1978, Ohio; 1980, Pennsylvania; 1983, New Jersey. Education: Case Western Reserve University (B.A., 1972); Cleveland State University (J.D. 1978). COURSES: Trial Advocacy, Pretrial Advocacy, Alternative Dispute Resolution. Email: redgav@crab.rutgers.edu

 

SALLY GOLDFARB, (Associate Professor of Law), born New Jersey, 1957; admitted to bar, 1983, Wisconsin; 1985, District of Columbia; 1986, U.S. Supreme Court. Education: Yale University (B.A., 1978); Yale Law School (J.D., 1982). COURSES: Family Law, Torts, Professional Responsibility, Women and the Law. Email: sfg@camden.rutgers.edu

 

ELLEN P. GOODMAN, (Professor of Law), born 1965; admitted to bar, 1992, Pennsylvania; 1993, District of Columbia. Education: Harvard University (A.B., 1988; J.D., 1992). COURSES: Intellectual Property, Media and Communications, Property. Email: ellgood@camden.rutgers.edu

 

JOANNE M. GOTTESMAN, (Clinical Associate Professor), born New York, NY; admitted to bar, 1999, New York. Education: Wesleyan University (B.A., 1990); Columbia Law School (J.D., 1998). COURSES: Civil Practice Clinic, Elder Law, Immigration Law. Email: jgottesm@camden.rutgers.edu

 

PHILIP L. HARVEY, (Professor of Law), born New York, New York, February 18, 1946; admitted to bar, 1989, New York. Education: Yale College (B.A., 1968); New York For Social Research (Ph.D., 1976); Yale Law School (J.D., 1988). COURSES: Employment Law, Labor Law, Law & Economics, Social Welfare Law, Human Rights. Email: pharvey@camden.rutgers.edu

 

N.E.H. HULL, (Distinguished Professor of Law), born New York, New York, August 27, 1949; admitted to bar, 1985, Georgia. Education: Ohio State University (B.A., 1974); Columbia University (Ph.D., 1981);University of Georgia (J.D., 1985). COURSES: Contracts, Law and the Elderly, American Legal History, Jurisprudence. Email: nehhull@camden.rutgers.edu

 

RICHARD HYLAND, (Distinguished Professor of Law), born San Diego, California, January 17, 1949; admitted to bar, 1981, California; 1984, District of Columbia; 1989, Florida. Education: Harvard University (A.B., 1970); University of California, Boalt Hall School of Law (J.D., 1980); University of Paris 2 (D.E.A., 1982). COURSES: Commercial Law, Comparative Law, Contracts, Restitution, Jurisprudence. Email: hyland@camden.rutgers.edu

 

HARRIET N. KATZ, (Clinical Professor and Director of Lawyering Program/Externship Program), born Dayton, Ohio, May 14, 1947; admitted to bar, 1972, Pennsylvania; 1974, California; 1980, New Jersey. Education: University of Michigan (B.A., 1969); Yale University (J.D., 1972). COURSES: Interview, Counseling, Negotiation, Pretrial Process, Lawyering Skills. Email: hnkatz@camden.rutgers.edu

 

EVE BISKIND KLOTHEN, (Assistant Dean of Pro Bono Program and Public Interest), born Cleveland, Ohio, June 25, 1950; admitted to bar, 1975, Georgia; 1981, Ohio; 1987, Pennsylvania. Education: Bennington College; University of Michigan (BGS, 1972); Vanderbilt University Law School (J.D., 1975). COURSES: Interviewing, Counseling and Negotiation. Email: eklothen@camden.rutgers.edu

 

DONALD R. KOROBKIN, (Professor of Law), born Highland Park, Illinois Lake, March 24, 1956. Education: University of Michigan (B.A., 1978; J.D., 1983); Harvard University (A.M., 1981). COURSES: Commercial Law, Sales, Secured Transactions, Bankruptcy. Email: korobkin@camden.rutgers.edu

 

ARTHUR B. LABY, (Associate Professor of Law), born Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, May 19, 1963; admitted to bar, 1991, District of Columbia; Pennsylvania. Education: University of Pittsburgh (B.A., 1985); Boston University School of Law (J.D., 1989). COURSES: Securities Regulation, Commercial Law, Business Associations. Email: alaby@camden.rutgers.edu

 

FRANCIS GREGORY LASTOWKA, (Associate Professor), born Chester, Pennsylvania, October 24, 1968; admitted to bar, 2001, Pennsylvania. Education: Yale University (B.A., 1991); University of Virginia (J.D., 2000). COURSES: Cyberlaw, Property.

 

MICHAEL A. LIVINGSTON, (Professor of Law), born Brooklyn, New York, July 19, 1956; admitted to bar, 1982, New York. Education: Cornell University (A.B., 1977); Yale University (J.D., 1981). COURSES: Taxation, Tax Policy, Business Planning, Corporations. Email: maliving@camden.rutgers.edu

 

JOHN C. LORE III, (Clinical Associate Professor), born Vineland, New Jersey; September 1, 1972; admitted to bar, 1999, Illinois; 2001, Pennsylvania; 2006, New Jersey. Education: Richard Stockton College of New Jersey (B.A., 1995); Northwestern University School of Law (J.D., 1999). COURSES: Juvenile Law, Criminal Law, Trial Advocacy, Interviewing and Counseling, Negotiation. Email: jclore@camden.rutgers.edu

 

EARL MICHAEL MALTZ, (Distinguished Professor of Law), born December 3, 1950; admitted to bar, 1976, Wisconsin. Education: Northwestern University (B.A., 1972); Harvard University (J.D., 1975). COURSES: Advanced Constitutional Law, Constitutional Law, Conflicts. Email: emaltz@camden.rutgers.edu

 

BARBARA MAYLATH, (Assistant Dean of Development), born Passaic, New Jersey, February 17, 1963. Education: Montclair State (B.A., 1986). Email: bmaylath@camden.rutgers.edu

 

KIMBERLY MONIQUE MUTCHERSON, (Associate Professor of Law), born September 22, 1972; admitted to bar, 1998, New York. Education: University of Pennsylvania (B.A., 1994); Columbia Law School (J.D., 1997). COURSES: Torts, HIV and the Law, Bioethics. Email: mutchers@camden.rutgers.edu

 

JOHN F.K. OBERDIEK, (Associate Professor), born Upland, Pennsylvania, July 6, 1972; admitted to bar, 2002, Pennsylvania; 2003, District of Columbia. Education: Middlebury College (B.A., 1995); New York University (M.A., 1998); University of Pennsylvania (J.D., 2002; Ph.D., 2003). COURSES: Torts, Administrative Law, Philosophy of Law.

 

CRAIG N. OREN, (Professor of Law), born Floral Park, New York, July 11, 1951; admitted to bar, 1976, California; 1977, Illinois; 1979, District of Columbia. Education: University of California, Berkeley (A.B., 1973); University of California, Boalt Hall School of Law (J.D., 1976). COURSES: Property, Environmental Law and Administrative Law. Email: oren@camden.rutgers.edu

 

TRACI L. OVERTON, (Clinic Staff Attorney), admitted to bar, 1990, Massachusetts; 1998, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Education: Wellesley College (B.A., 1983); University of California‑Boalt Hall School of Law (J.D., 1988). Email: overton@camden.rutgers.edu

 

DENNIS M. PATTERSON, (Board of Governors Professor of Law), born New York City, New York, September 29, 1955; admitted to bar, 1981, New York; 1981, Maine; 1984, U.S. Supreme Court. Education: State University of New York at Buffalo (B.A., 1976; M.A., 1978; Ph.D., 1980; J.D., 1980). COURSES: Commercial Law and Jurisprudence. Email: dpatters@camden.rutgers.edu

 

IMANI PERRY, (Professor of Law), born September 5, 1972. Education: Yale University (B.A., 1994); Harvard University (Ph.D., 2000; J.D., 2000). COURSES: Contracts, Property, Ethics/Professional Responsibility, American Legal History, Law and Literature. Email: iperry@camden.rutgers.edu

 

STANISLAW POMORSKI, (Distinguished Professor of Law Emeritus), born Poland, November 23, 1934; admitted to bar, 1961, Poland. Education: University of Warsaw (Master, 1956; LL.D., 1968). COURSES: Comparative Law, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Law and Economy, Polish Law, Soviet Law, Economic Criminality in Cooperative Trade. Email: pomorski@camden.rutgers.edu

 

SARAH ELIZABETH RICKS, (Clinical Associate Professor and Chair, LRW), born Boston, Massachusetts, September 6, 1962; admitted to bar, 1990, Pennsylvania; New Jersey. Education: Barnard College, Columbia University (B.A., 1985); Yale Law School (J.D., 1990). COURSES: Research & Writing. Email: sricks@camden.rutgers.edu

 

RUTH ANNE ROBBINS, (Clinical Professor, LRW), born Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 21, 1966; admitted to bar, 1991, Pennsylvania; 1991, New Jersey; 1992, District of New Jersey; 1992 E.D. of Pennsylvania; 1992, Third Circuit of Appeals. Education: University of Pennsylvania (B.A., 1988); Rutgers Law‑Camden (J.D., 1991). COURSES: Domestic Violence, Practice & Procedure, Advanced Brief Writing. Email: ruthanne@camden.rutgers.edu

 

SHEILA RODRIGUEZ, (Clinical Assistant Professor, LRW), born Buffalo, New York, September, 19, 1960; admitted to bar, 1988, Pennsylvania; 1995, New York. Education: SUNY at Buffalo (B.A.; M.A., 1987; J.D., 1988). COURSES: Legal Research & Writing, Appellate Practice, Introduction to Law.

 

RAND E. ROSENBLATT, (Professor of Law), born June 21, 1945; admitted to bar, 1972, Pennsylvania. Education: Harvard University (B.A., 1966); Yale University (J.D., 1971). COURSES: Constitutional Law, Health Care Law, Law, Justice and Society. Email: rrosenbl@camden.rutgers.edu

 

PATRICK JOHN RYAN, (Associate Professor of Law), born Los Angeles, California, March 18, 1955; admitted to bar, 1980, California; 1981, Colorado. Education: Loyola Marymount University (B.A., 1976; M.A., 1977; J.D., 1980); Columbia University (LL.M., 1987; J.S.D., 1991). COURSES: Civil Procedure, Corporations. Email: pryanb@camden.rutgers.edu

 

SANDRA SIMKINS, (Clinical Associate Professor), born Madison, Wisconsin, March 3, 1965; admitted to bar, 1991, Pennsylvania; 1991, New Jersey. Education: University of Delaware (B.A., 1987); Rutgers Law School‑Camden (J.D., 1991). COURSES: Juvenile Justice. Email: ssimkins@camden.rutgers.edu

 

RICHARD G. SINGER, (Distinguished Professor of Law), born August 20, 1943; admitted to bar, 1967, Maryland; 1974, New Jersey. Education: Amherst College (B.A., 1963); University of Chicago Law School (J.D., 1966); Columbia University (LL.M., 1970; S.J.D., 1977). COURSES: Criminal Law, Torts, Advanced Substantive Criminal Law, Federal Jurisdiction, Criminal Law Administration, Corrections. Email: rsinger.@camden.rutgers.edu

 

DAMON Y. SMITH, (Assistant Professor of Law), born Champaign, Illinois, October 14, 1971; admitted to bar, 2002, Maryland; 2003, District of Columbia. Education: University of Illinois at Urbana‑Champaign (B.A., English, 1993; M.U.P., 1995); Harvard Law School (J.D., 2002). COURSES: Local Government Law, Property. Email: damon@camden.rutgers.edu

 

ALLAN R. STEIN, (Professor of Law), born Newark, New Jersey, June 19, 1953; admitted to bar, 1978, Pennsylvania. Education: Haverford College (B.A., 1975); New York University (J.D., 1978). COURSES: Civil Procedure, Federal Jurisdiction, Advanced Civil Procedure, Problem in Civil Liberties, Appellate Advocacy, Professional Responsibility. Email: alstein@camden.rutgers.edu

 

BETH STEPHENS, (Professor of Law), born New York, New York, July 7, 1954; admitted to bar, 1981, California; 1996, New York; 1997, New Jersey. Education: Harvard University (B.A., 1976); University of California‑Berkeley (J.D., 1980). COURSES: Civil Procedure, Evidence, International law. Email: bstephen@crab.rutgers.edu

 

GERARDO VILDOSTEGUI, (Assistant Professor of Law), born Miami, Florida, October 1, 1974. Education: Yale College (B.A., 1996); Yale Law School (J.D., 2000); University of California Berkeley (Ph.D., expected 2008). COURSES: Constitutional Law, International Law, Legal and Political Philosophy. Email: gvildost@camden.rutgers.edu

 

CAROL LYNN WALLINGER, (Clinical Associate Professor), born New Jersey, April 13, 1957; admitted to bar, 1989, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Education: Rutgers College (B.S., 1982); Temple University (J.D., 1989). COURSES: Legal Writing. Email: cwalling@camden.rutgers.edu

 

ROBERT M. WASHBURN, (Professor of Law), born February 19, 1945; admitted to bar, 1968, New Jersey; 1969, Pennsylvania; 1971, Delaware. Education: Rutgers University (A.B., 1966); Washington University (J.D., 1968); University of Pennsylvania (LL.M., 1971). COURSES: Housing and Urban Development, Land Finance Law, Land Use, Land Transactions, Real Estate Development, Law and Urban Problems.

 

ROBERT F. WILLIAMS, (Distinguished Professor of Law), born Miami, Florida, August 20, 1945; admitted to bar, 1970, Florida; 1980, New Jersey. Education: Florida State University (B.A., 1967); University of Florida (J.D., 1969); New York University (LL.M., 1971); Columbia University (LL.M., 1980). COURSES: Civil Procedure, Legislation, State and Local Tax, State Constitutional Law. Email: rfw@camden.rutgers.edu