Eve Biskind Klothen is currently an adjunct professor of law at Rutgers Law School at Camden, does private consulting work, and sits on numerous boards and advisory committees. She was Assistant Dean for Pro Bono and Public Interest Programs at Rutgers Law School in Camden from 2000 to July 2013. While serving in this capacity, Dean Klothen increased pro bono program and public interest activities substantially. A consultant for the American Bar Association and private law firms, Dean Klothen has been recognized for her work with the Father Robert Drinan Award for Outstanding Public Service from the AALS in 2009; the Pro Bono Coordinator of the Year Award from the National Association of Pro Bono Coordinators; the Equal Justice Award from Community Legal Services in Philadelphia; the Outstanding Service Award from the Pennsylvania Bar Association; and the Excellence Award from Pennsylvania Legal Services. After receiving her undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan in 1972 and graduating from Vanderbilt University School of Law in 1975, Klothen worked as a staff attorney and subsequently managing attorney for legal services in Georgia and as a federal agency fraud litigator in Washington, D.C. Later, she served as the founding director of Philadelphia Volunteers for the Indigent Program and as director of the Philadelphia Bar Foundation, both of which have been honored with national and state awards.