Assistant Professor of Legal Practice Kathryn Quaglia ’00 teaches Introduction to Lawyering. She is no stranger to Seton Hall Law, a former student Professor Quaglia is back to serve their alma mater.
Professor Quaglia additionally has taught a variety of online in the Law School’s M.S.J. program. She has practiced law at K&L Gates and served as a legal intern at the law firm of Epstein Becker & Green in Washington, D.C. After graduating from Seton Hall Law, she served as a law clerk to Justice Virginia Long of the New Jersey Supreme Court.
“When I became a student at Seton Hall Law over twenty years ago, I knew at the time that I had joined an exceptional community of attorneys. My professors were instrumental to my success and taught me valuable lessons that two decades later I plan to impart to my first-year Lawyering students,” recalls Professor Quaglia of applying her first-hand experience as a student to present day teaching. “In addition to learning the skills necessary to analyze the law and write for any audience, I want each student to take from my classroom the confidence to approach assignments with enthusiasm, and to welcome each obstacle as an opportunity for growth.”