Bill Caruso, head of Archer’s Cannabis Practice, recently participated on the “Marijuana Legislation” panel at the Rutgers Eagleton Fellows Monthly Session on April 12, 2019 in Trenton, NJ. Mr. Caruso was joined by fellow panelists, Scott Rudder, President, New Jersey Cannabusiness Association and Amol Sinha, Executive Director, American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey (ACLU‐NJ).
The Eagleton Graduate Fellowship program is one-year, interdisciplinary certificate program open to Rutgers graduate students from Camden, Newark and New Brunswick campuses who are interested in American politics, government and public service. Students from this year’s group represent many fields of study including: nursing/urban systems, law, public and non-profit management, library and information sciences, landscape architecture, city and regional planning, political science, biomedical engineering, social work, clinical psychology, education, neuroscience, business, visual arts, public administration and economics. Fellows complete a specialized fall course and spring internship placement in government.