Seton Hall Law will celebrate the life of Marc Poirier, Professor of Law and the Martha Traylor Research Scholar at Seton Hall Law, who died on August 2, 2015. Professor Poirier’s teaching and scholarship brought insights from sociology, psychology, history, cultural theory, literary theory, and feminism to bear on contemporary legal issues. A Memorial Service will be held on Tuesday, September 29, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. Read more >>
SETON HALL PROGRAM AND FACULTY NEWS
Professor Jenny-Brooke Condon '03, Director of the Equal Justice Clinic at the Seton Hall Law Center for Social Justice, presented, "On Becoming a Lawyer," a speech delivered each year to Orientation for incoming students. "Your clients have much to teach you about becoming and being a lawyer. I'd like to tell you about three essential lessons I have learned from my clients: the importance of resiliency, empathy and humility in a lawyer's work." Read Professor Condon's remarks >>
For the past 18 months, Professor Solangel Maldonado has led the Hispanic National Bar Association’s (HNBA) Latina Commission “pipeline” initiatives, designed to help students of color, often students with economic disadvantages to discover and pursue the many career opportunities that await them within the legal profession This summer she brought a group of middle-school girls to the U.S. Supreme Court. Full story >>
LOOK FOR YOUR ALUMNI MAGAZINE IN THE MAIL - PLEASE COMPLETE OUR READER SURVEY!
The 2015 issue of the annual alumni magazine, Seton Hall Law, is coming soon to your mailbox. In this edition,we welcome Dean Kathleen M. Boozang, who shares her vision of the future of Seton Hall Law; we pay tribute to outgoing dean Patrick E. Hobbs; and we share news of Paulette Brown '76, the first woman of color to serve as President of the American Bar Association, who visited with Seton Hall Law's incoming students in August.
We also include a survey, asking our graduates to help us enhance and improve our communications with you. Please complete the postage-paid postcard and mail it back to us, or please complete the survey online at law.shu.edu/alumnisurvey. Thank you!
We want to hear your good news! Visit Seton Hall Law Connect to share your latest career successes with the entire Seton Hall Law community. If you have not yet updated your profile in Seton Hall Law Connect, use the log-in information included in the email that linked to this issue of Alumni News and Notes. For more information about your Seton Hall Law Connect registration, please contact Lori Thimmel, Director of Alumni Relations and Programming, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 973-642-8711.
We hope to see you soon!