The Appellate Division of New Jersey has held that a Rutgers University Law School student failed to establish that he was a domiciliary of New Jersey and was therefore not entitled to in-state student tuition.

The ruling was the first New Jersey case to hold that a university’s decision regarding a student’s domicile is to be evaluated using the deferential “arbitrary, capricious or unreasonable” standard of review typically afforded administrative agencies.

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