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Seton Hall Law is proud to highlight some of the many accomplishments of its faculty. These include a former professor who taught classes on a wide variety of topics, a distinguished alum who now provides legal advice, and a new Associate Professor who teaches Civil Procedure.
In addition to its academic excellence program, the School of Law is also known for its student-run organizations and competitions. Many students have achieved high placements in Moot Court competitions, founded and lead new student organizations, and created innovative ways to solve real-life problems. Other Seton Hall Law students have assumed prominent leadership positions on the Law Review, working for real clients, and providing legal services.
Seton Hall University is privileged to have Marina Lao on campus, the country’s leading antitrust scholar. She helped shape policies at the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, and she recently joined the faculty at Seton Hall Law. She’s a key member of the School of Law’s Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy Program, which is designed to prepare future attorneys for a changing health care industry.
Seton Hall Law is also proud to have new faculty on board. Associate Professor of Law Stephanie Davidson is the director of the Law Library. Dustin Buehler will teach Civil Procedure in the fall. Among other faculty, Professor of Law Elizabeth Chambliss and Professor of Legal Ethics and Professionalism Ann Eisenberg will add a number of courses this semester. Finally, Professor of Law Robin Morris Collin will oversee environmental justice efforts in communities disproportionately affected by pollution.
During the 2018-2019 academic year, the College of Law will offer six new certificates. Students can now earn a Health Law Certificate, an Entertainment Law Certificate, a Gaming Law Certificate, a Health & Pharmaceutics Law & Policy Certificate, a Certificate in Evidence, and a Certificate in Regulatory Law.