Careers in Law

Non-Discrimination Policy

NOTICE REGARDING MILITARY EMPLOYERS RECRUITING AT SETON HALL UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW

THIS LAW SCHOOL REQUIRES ALL EMPLOYERS WHO RECRUIT ON-CAMPUS HERE TO AGREE TO ABIDE BY THE NON-DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT POLICY SET FORTH BELOW:

Seton Hall University School of Law has long been committed to a policy against discrimination in employment based on national origin, color, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, marital and/or parental status.

The U.S. Armed Forces, due to its "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy, does not comply with this policy. Due to current law and regulations, however, a law school which forbids the military to recruit on its campus in a manner equivalent to that offered to other employers, risks loss of federal student aid funding both at the law school and its parent university.

At this time, the American Association of Law Schools has adopted a policy that recognizes the risk and permits law schools to have military recruiters on campus, provided that the school posts notices of the military's failure to abide by its non-discrimination policy and takes other ameliorative action as appropriate.