Leadership & Governance

Breaking With Norms, New Chief Lawyer at Rutgers U. Enters Fray

Matt Rainey, The New York Times, Redux

John J. Farmer Jr., a former law dean and New Jersey attorney general who is now general counsel at Rutgers U., wrote an op-ed that likened a controversial appointee to former President Bill Clinton. "It was an unusual step to take," he says, "to meet an unusual circumstance that the institution was facing."
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Rutgers University's new top lawyer has entered a burgeoning campus controversy in a manner unusual for a person in his position.

In a guest column published this week in The Star-Ledger of Newark, N.J., John J. Farmer Jr., the university's senior...

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