As the new academic year gets underway, numerous Rutgers–Camden law students return to campus with some extraordinary professional experiences from their summers.
“Through our lawyering program – which pervades the curriculum – we thoroughly prepare our students for the rigors of the profession and to serve the legal needs of their clients,” explains John Oberdiek, professor and vice dean of the Rutgers School of Law–Camden. “The ability to apply those skills in real-world, professional situations is invaluable in today’s highly competitive career market.”
During the summer, Rutgers–Camden law students engaged in a wide variety of legal pursuits. The following stories from these 3L students represent just a sampling of the professional experiences that engage Rutgers–Camden law students.
|Tom Benton||U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana|
|Tom Cotton||Brown & Connery|
|Lauren Miceli||Camden County Prosecutor’s Office|
|Amanda Rosen||U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs|
|Steven Williamson||Pepper Hamilton|