Skip to content
Matthew Knoblauch is an Associate Editor of the Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal. Matthew graduated with an undergraduate degree in history from Rutgers University - New Brunswick and a Master's degree in social studies education from the Rutgers Graduate School of Education. In graduate school, Matthew's research focused dually on environmental history and the history of law enforcement, culminating in the history of a police department and a proposed curriculum for a high school interdisciplinary course on environmental history and natural science. Matthew is a Marsha Wenk Public Interest Law Fellow and co-President of the Environmental Law Society. He spent his 1L summer interning in the Environmental Enforcement and Homeland Security Section of the New Jersey Attorney General's Office. Outside of law school, Matthew works part time as an EMT and is a volunteer firefighter; he also greatly enjoys hiking, camping, and kayaking, particularly in the Lake George region.
Posts by Matthew Knoblauch: