This series of virtual workshops for SHU undergrads runs throughout June, July and August and covers a wide range of topics.
Believed to be the first of its kind in the nation, the course will examine the myriad law and policy issues of the pandemic.
Blue Courage will return to Seton Hall to offer a two-day course entitled “Blue Courage: The Heart and Mind of the Guardian.”
The Law School's Last Resort Exoneration Project wins freedom for two men wrongly convicted.
The Law School's Exoneration Project won its appeal on the wrongful conviction of two NJ men found guilty of murder in 1996.
Register for this one-credit workshop taking place on Monday, January 20, 2020.
Seton Hall Law Report on Torture Featured by New York Times, Esquire, BBC, CNN, MSNBC, USA Today, and Media Across the Globe
The Seton Hall Law Report on torture was featured by The New York Times, BBC, CBC, CNN, MSNBC, USA Today and media worldwide.
Seton Hall celebrated the leadership of Patrick Murray '64/M.B.A. '72 as he stepped down after nearly a decade as chairman.
Villanova and Syracuse Professor Emeritus John D. Caputo will explore how the ideas of state, religion and university fit.
Last Resort Exoneration Project’s Wrongful Conviction Case May Change Law in New Jersey, Win Freedom for Two Men
The Law School’s Last Resort Exoneration Project was featured by the Star Ledger for its defense of the wrongfully convicted.
Acting NJ Gov. Sheila Oliver visited the University to sign two bills to increase financial transparency for students.
Support Seton Hall students before June 30 and receive stylish Pirate gear for the summer!
Health Law Professor John V. Jacobi was featured in Time magazine on the newest lawsuit filed against Purdue Pharma.
Judge Patricia K. Costello '74 gave a CJSA lecture on "The Role of a Chief Judge: Managing Crises and Improving the System."
Law Professor Margaret K. Lewis published an op-ed in the Washington Post on China's "mockery" of its human rights treaties.
MPA graduate, Ashley Manz, recently joined Mayor Fulop as Senior Public Information Assistant for Jersey City.
John Paitakes, professor of criminal justice, has been invited to present his book 50 Years Working in Criminal Justice.
Mark McGuire will meet with government officials and others Israel during this two-week journey with fellow student leaders.
Matt Hale looks forward to using material he teaches in public administration classes in his real world role on council.
Joseph Murante and Emily Silkowski have wrapped up a three-month long internship for the Superior Court of NJ.
Law Professors from the Center for Social Justice published a feature Op-ed in the New Jersey Law Journal.
Catherine Kiernan, Esq. was chosen by NJBIZ for a Lifetime Achievement award in its 2018 General Counsel of the Year Awards.
Law Professor Margaret Lewis appeared in a number of articles regarding the UCLA basketball players detained in China.
Law Dean Kathleen Boozang was featured in an NJTV interview regarding the School's rise in admissions and national rankings.
Paula Franzese was a feature presenter at the 14th annual International Human Rights Summit held at the United Nations.