Seton Hall University AMTA Mock Trial Team is gearing up for another exciting year of competition. Read more about their impactful summer volunteer work and to learn how to get involved!
Five distinguished alumni from Seton Hall University have been named to "The Top 50 Attorneys of New Jersey for 2023" by Attorney Intel.
Situated in the bustling heart of Newark, NJ, just steps from Penn Station, Seton Hall Law School, and the Prudential Center, the Gateway Center stands as a modern yet welcoming haven for Great Minds.
The report from the Center for Policy & Research was featured by Forbes; Politico; a Tweet from an MSNBC executive producer, USA-Today NJ and Florida, Daily Kos, Yahoo News and AOL
Professor Thomas Healy analyzes the Freedom of Speech defense strategy in the latest Trump indictment
In April 2023, the 2022-2022 National Security Fellowship (NSF) graduate student research team briefed leaders at several high-ranking institutions in person at the Pentagon and online.
The Law School's Center for Policy & Research has issued a report on “The January 6 Insurrectionists: Who They Are and What They Did," which profiles those charged by the DOJ in the first year.
The Seton Hall National Security Fellowship (NSF) welcomed guest speaker Mr. Darrell Blocker, a 28-year veteran of the CIA and the top senior African-American officer, earlier this year.
The School of Diplomacy is excited to welcome two new professors to join starting for the Fall 2023 semester.
Catherine Tinker's research on water diplomacy could enable future generations to benefit in model framework of sustainability.
Seton Hall Law Professor Awarded Fulbright
For the second year in a row, the National Security Fellowship (NSF) at Seton Hall University partnered with FNA, a deep technology, AI, and machine learning firm.
Law Professor Publishes Article in New England Journal of Medicine on Long Covid Work Accommodations
Professor Doron Dorfman and Zackary Berger, M.D., of Johns Hopkins published “Approving Workplace Accommodations for Patients with Long Covid...' in The New England Journal of Medicine.
When the President of the United States threw a big party and invited African leaders to the nation’s capital, I knew it would be a perfect opportunity to experience the world of diplomacy.
On May 19, 2023, the School of Diplomacy and International Relations celebrated 47 graduate students in their annual hooding and commencement ceremony.
The Center for Policy & Research has released “American Torturers: FBI & CIA Abuses at Dark Sites and Guantanamo,” which includes first person accounts and drawings from Abu Zubaydah.