Law and the Global Community
MANAGING CHANGE IN THE FACE OF GLOBALIZATION
Seton Hall Law recognizes that the boundaries of business extend across the globe and prepares its students to excel anywhere their practice may take them. International law courses are taught by distinguished faculty members who have advised nations on the development of constitutions, judiciary and electoral systems and commerce.
Seton Hall Law's international law professors have also opened doors for students, allowing them to make an impact on the global stage through internships with human rights organizations, in private practice, and at international criminal courts in The Hague and in Tanzania. In fact, Seton Hall Law is one of only 28 U.S. law schools eligible to place students and recent graduates in the Dean Acheson Legal Stage (Clerkship) Program at the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg.
In addition to coursework, professors and students collaborate on commissioned reports that have exposed human rights abuses and analyzed constitutional crises. Seton Hall Law's study abroad programs also offer unprecedented learning opportunities in global settings.
SETON HALL LAW STUDY ABROAD WINTER INTERSESSION PROGRAMS
THE CHAMONIX-GENEVA PROGRAM IN INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW
provides insight into the international human rights system with on-site lectures at the World Health Organization and the International Labour Organization in Geneva. Read More
ZANZIBAR WINTER INTERSESSION ON MODERN–DAY SLAVERY AND HUMAN TRAFFICKING
focuses on one of the most compelling issues of our day, with lectures by preeminent scholars, activists and officials from the United Nations who work to combat human trafficking in the region. Read More