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About our Diverse Community

At Seton Hall Law School, diversity in all its forms is an essential part of who we are. We strive for diversity in thought, belief, and perspective as well as cultural, religious, ethnic, and gender diversity. Our community is enriched when students from different economic and educational backgrounds and geographic regions come together to learn, analyze, and reform the law.

Meet our students

Seton Hall Law School is proud to offer several pipeline programs to increase diversity in the legal profession.

  1. The Legal Education Opportunities (LEO) program, an intensive two week program for students who identify themselves as educationally disadvantaged. This program is for entering law students.
  2. Summer Institute for Pre-Legal Studies, a five-week, residential, skill-building summer program designed for college students who are receiving EOF grants or are EOF eligible.
  3. NJ LEEP (NJ Law & Education Empowerment Project), a multifaceted program that exposes inner-city youth to careers in the law and facilitates four-year college and university admission.

If you have questions about these programs contact Alicia Miles, Admissions Counselor at alicia.miles@shu.edu or contact the Admissions office at 973-642-8747.

Diversity in numbers at Seton Hall Law

If you need assistance or have questions about our community, please contact Deborah Edwards at 973-642-8481 or deborah.edwards@shu.edu.

Deborah R EdwardsDeborah R. Edwards
Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusion
Room 400, 4th floor
deborah.edwards@shu.edu
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