This week, Rutgers University dedicated “Ruth Bader Ginsburg Hall,” in honor of the former Supreme Court Justice who taught at Rutgers Law School-Newark from 1963-1972. When Rutgers hired Ginsburg in 1963, she became the second woman on the 17-member faculty. The otherwise progressive Dean Willard Heckel infamously paid her less than male faculty. From 1963-1968, Ginsburg is remembered as a meticulous, soft-spoken professor teaching dry subjects, such as civil procedure and conflict of laws. More, from David Lopez, former co-dean, current professor of law and Alfred Slocum Scholar at Rutgers Law School.