The courses in this chapter are organized under the following categories: first-year courses, second- and third-year courses, and seminars. Within each category, the courses are listed alphabetically by title.
Each course carries two sets of numbers: a subject code and a course code. The subject code for all law courses in Camden is 601. Course codes range from 500 to 799.
The university reserves the right to withhold the offering of any course whose continuance is not warranted by sufficient enrollment. In the interest of improvement and flexibility, the school reserves the right to modify course offerings, to change the content of any course, and, on due notice, to change its practices and requirements. Students should check with the Office of the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs for information concerning any changes to law school programs, course offerings, and course requirements.
Applicants should understand that the curriculum frequently undergoes revision. By the time they enter the second or third year at the law school, it is likely that the curriculum may have changed somewhat from that set forth below. The most reliable source for current course offerings can be found on the School of Law-Camden web site (http://www-camlaw.rutgers.edu).
Some course offerings carry prerequisites or enrollment restrictions. Where these exist, failure to comply with them results in denial of credit.