Rutgers to name iconic residence hall for Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who started her career as a law professor there

PHILADELPHIA — A 17-story residence hall at Rutgers University’s Newark, New Jersey campus, once home to the university’s law school, will be named for the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who began her historic career focusing on equity and justice as a law professor there. The neoclassical residence hall, which is home to about 330 students, including 100 law students, faces Newark’s Washington Park, soon to be renamed Harriet Tubman Square, the university said. The change was approved by Rutgers’ board of trustees at a meeting Thursday. “When I think of Ruth Bader Ginsbu…

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