Rutgers Law School is a pioneer in clinical education and currently boasts 17 clinics across its two campuses in Newark and Camden. Students in the clinical education programs learn specialty skills and work with actual clients on numerous issues. Rutgers Law School was ranked 19th nationwide by U.S. News & World Report's 2018 "Best Graduate Schools" law school specialty rankings and is consistently ranked as one of the top clinical programs in the country in annual surveys.
Rutgers Law School serves as a national model for modern, in-house clinical programs and was one of the first law schools in the nation to make a substantial commitment to them as part of the institution's mission. The clinical model pioneered by Rutgers Law School has been duplicated at law schools nationally with tremendous success.
The clinics are:
Child Advocacy Clinic
Child and Family Advocacy Clinic
Children's Justice Clinic
Civil Justice Clinic
Civil Practice Clinic
Community and Transactional Lawyering Clinic
Constitutional Rights Clinic
Criminal and Youth Justice Clinic
Domestic Violence Clinic
Education and Health Law Clinic
Federal Tax Law Clinic
Immigrant Justice Clinic
Immigrant Rights Clinic
Intellectual Property Law Clinic
International Human Rights Clinic
Mortgage Foreclosure Clinic
For additional information, please visit: https://law.rutgers.edu/legal-clinics.