25The National Law Journal ranks Seton Hall Law at #25 among 200 law schools in the U.S. based on the percentage of Class of 2014 graduates in full-time, long-term positions requiring bar passage


750The students in the Seton Hall Law Juvenile Justice Clinic provided services to more than 750 boys and girls in Newark and the surrounding communities in 2014-15


19number of years U.S. News & World Report has ranked Seton Hall’s Health Law program in the top 10 nationwide


#1Above the Law ranked Seton Hall Law tied for #1 for its Alumni Rating, based on Seton Hall Law graduates’ feedback


$1.2 MillionThe Southern District of New York Representation in Mediation Practicum, in which student advocates represent otherwise pro se clients who filed employment discrimination complaints in federal court, has yielded $1.2 million in recovered funds since its founding in 2011


11 to 1student/faculty ratio


93%Total employment rate for the Class of 2014, placing Seton Hall Law alongside the region’s top schools based on employment outcomes 


1stPaulette Brown ’76, the 2015-16 President of the American Bar Association, is the first woman of color to serve in the role


19minutes travel time from Newark to New York Penn station via NJ Transit


10minutes walking time from Newark to courthouses


15,111total alumni


3Number of students who serve as stagiaires (interns) each year at the Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxembourg, through the Dean Acheson Legal Stage Program. In 2014-15, Seton Hall Law students filled all three positions


21,000Number of hours Seton Law students provided in clinics and other pro bono service in 2014-15


50states represented by Seton Hall Law alumni