ROI-NJ recognizes Seton Hall's exemplary role in educating a new generation of leaders during the most uncertain times of the pandemic.
A summer internship with the Gore Law Firm is giving junior Keshav Agiwal an opportunity to apply what he has been learning in school, while gaining practical experience in the field of family law.
Law School alum Aderemilekun "Ade" Omojola, Esq. is working on behalf of the Yoruba Strategy Alliance, filing claims of genocide against leading Nigerian officials in the International Criminal Court.
School of Diplomacy professor Ann Marie Murphy, Ph.D., brings foreign policy to life for her students, whether they are in class or participating in international forums on current issues.
Four top Diplomacy graduate students join the inaugural class of the Public Policy New Voices Fellowship, an academic/corporate collaboration aimed at inspiring diverse talent in public policy.
Lawson Barkley's internship with a district court judge in North Carolina gave him the legal research, writing and networking experiences that will help launch him on his path to law school.
Law Professor Heather Payne is an emerging leader in the areas of environmental law, energy law, evolving regulatory policy, and the implications for property, both real and intellectual.
A conversation with Judge Victoria Pratt on the importance of fostering a culture of mutual respect in the communities we engage within the criminal justice system and beyond.
Expertise on U.S.-China Relations around criminal justice and human rights policy highlighted in The Guardian, Newsweek, Globe and Mail and Inside Higher Ed.
Law Professor Thomas Healy's book, Soul City: Race, Equality, and the Lost Dream of an American Utopia, was named an Editor's Choice by NY Times, featured by NPR, The New Yorker and more.
Professor Giuseppe M. Fazari served as a Subject Matter Expert for the American Bar Association's Rule of Law Initiative at the Rodrigo Lara Bonilla Judicial Training School in Colombia.
Isabella DiCosmo plans to pursue a legal career and a path in public service to help others.
With "impact" as the criteria, Law Professor Paula Franzese was named a Top Woman in Law by the New Jersey Law Journal.
Three months into her term as president-elect of the NASW-NJ, Widian Nicola aims to put New Jersey social workers at the forefront of policy issues related to poverty, racism, and immigration.