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With generous funding from the Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey, this website was created by the following organizations:

Rutgers School of Social Work

The Rutgers School of Social Work is one of the largest schools in the country devoted to education and research on social welfare. With classes on three campuses - Camden, Newark, and New Brunswick - as well as online and off-campus sites, the School's programs meet the needs of students and working professionals in New Jersey and across the country.

More than 200 continuing education and professional development courses are available, presenting a range of opportunities. Students can pursue a BASW, a MSW, a PhD, or a DSW.

The School is fully accredited by the Council on Social Work Education, and has over 1,500 students enrolled in degree programs.

Rutgers School of Law—Newark

The Rutgers School of LawNewark is an institution rich in people and history, recently celebrating its Centennial anniversary. Few law schools can match the School of Law's contributions to the advancement of legal theory and practice, the diversity of its faculty and student body, the accomplishments of its public interest programs, and its reputation for outstanding academic quality and a progressive tradition. All these elements combine to make Rutgers-Newark an extraordinary environment for producing lawyers dedicated to social justice and excellence in the profession.

The School hosts professors who are prominent scholars and experts in established and emerging areas of law who challenge and inspire students in an intense yet supportive environment. Students from around the world come to Rutgers, bringing wide-ranging backgrounds and perspectives that enrich discourse in the classroom and throughout the law school community.

Pro Bono Net

Pro Bono Net is a national nonprofit organization based in New York City and San Francisco. We work in close partnership with nonprofit legal organizations across the United States and Canada, to increase access to justice for the millions of poor people who face legal problems every year without help from a lawyer. We do this by (i) supporting the innovative and effective use of technology by the nonprofit legal sector, (ii) increasing participation by volunteers, and (iii) facilitating collaborations among nonprofit legal organizations and advocates working on similar issues or in the same region.

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