Professor Jacob Elberg joined Seton Hall Law in January 2019. Most recently, he was an Assistant U.S. Attorney at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of New Jersey, specializes in Health Law, Health Care Fraud and Abuse, Evidence, and Data Analytics. His areas of interest include corporate crime and compliance, the role of various actors in the enforcement of health care fraud laws and regulations, and criminal justice policy.
“I anticipate that my background will provide a unique opportunity for students to learn not only about the key statutes and case law relating to the various classes I teach, but also to gain insight into life as a practicing lawyer,” says Professor Elberg. “Whether teaching Health Law, Evidence, or Data Analytics, I pull from my 11 years as an AUSA to bring the topics to life and prepare Seton Hall Law students to be leaders when they take on their own cases after graduation.”