Professor of Law 

Professor Linda Fisher joined Seton Hall in 1995 and has served as Director of the Center for Social Justice. Her current concentration is in the areas of foreclosure and mortgage fraud. She teaches Civil Procedure in addition to the Civil Litigation Clinic. She has served as pro bono legislative counsel for AARP-NJ and as a consultant to the American Association of University Professors.

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Programs and
Research Centers


Seton Hall Law offers a variety of degree programs both for students seeking to become lawyers and for practicing attorneys who wish to further their legal education and professional development. For students who wish to broaden their legal skill set, the Law School offers joint J.D. and Masters degrees in conjunction with Seton Hall University, located just minutes from the Seton Hall Law campus.

Our degree programs for students with an interest in public interest and/or government service include the following.

J.D. /M.A. in Diplomacy & International Relations