Hope and Healing: Law Co-Dean Kimberly Mutcherson

“In terms of COVID-19, what has been so difficult on so many levels is that none of us have lived through anything like this before. It has been such a disruption in the way that we live, and it has forced us to think about other ways to engage with each other and how to do our work. But our campus has met the disruption, and everyone’s commitment and hard work have shown us to be a close-knit community . . . One of the things that I find incredibly hopeful is working with our students. The incoming students are particularly attuned to social justice issues and want to use their law degrees to make the world a better place.”

—Kimberly Mutcherson, co-dean, Rutgers Law School in Camden.

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