H. KWASI PREMPEH

H. KWASI PREMPEH

Professor of Law 

Professor Prempeh joined Seton Hall in 2003, after serving a year as Director of Legal Policy and Governance at the Ghana Center for Democratic Development. He teaches constitutional law, comparative constitutionalism, business associations, international economic law, and jurisprudence. His scholarly interests are in the areas of comparative constitutional design, constitutionalism in new democracies, law and economic development, and U.S. antidiscrimination jurisprudence.

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Programs and
Research Centers

Off-Campus Opportunities

Seton Hall Law offers students a comprehensive selection of off-campus opportunities for building upon their classroom experience in the area of international law. Here are a few of those opportunities.

Externships

Externships immerse Seton Hall Law students in the experience of the practice of law. Here are just some of the externship opportunities available to our students.

Center for Social Justice


International Human Rights/Rule of Law Project


Dean Acheson Legal Stage Program at the European Court of Justice

Samuel J. Heyman Public Service Fellowship

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in New York

To review the full listing of externship opportunities, please see the Externship Program Guide.

Study Abroad Programs

Seton Hall Law’s study abroad programs offer students with an interest in international law and policy the opportunity to study issues with leading experts and to explore life around the globe.

Cairo Summer Program in International and Comparative Law

The Leuven-Geneva Program in Health, Intellectual Property and International Law

The Jordan Summer Program

Zanzibar Winter Intersection on Modern Day Slavery and Human Trafficking