As faculty, alumni and guests met last week to dedicateRutgers Law School-Newark’s high-tech headquarters for the newmillennium, they heard a former colleague warn against lettingthe Internet become a substitute for classroom education.

“I greet the advent of the computer age and its manifoldprospects for legal education with cautious optimism,” said U.S.Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a Rutgers professorfrom 1963 through 1972, who was the official ribbon-cutter at thededication.

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