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Is there really any difference attending one or the other besides commuting? If anyone has any insight on attending either school or being apart of Rutgers Law School in general, I'd really appreciate your thoughts!
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I'm in my last semester of the night program in Newark. Camden and Newark have been unified and are now one school. You can register for and take classes on both campuses. There is also a distance learning classroom whereby you can take Camden classes in Newark and vice versa. You may also participate in OCI on both campuses. Basically, it comes down whatever your location preference is. In Camden, you're more likely to end up in South Jersey or Philly, and in Newark, you're more likely to end up in North Jersey or NYC. I really can't answer any Camden-specific questions, but I'd be more than happy to answer any questions you have about Newark.
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