Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Questions often asked by Alumni
Yes! No matter which fund you choose to give to, 100% of your gift directly supports the Law School.
Dean Hobbs’ has identified the Fund for Seton Hall Law as the number one priority for the Seton Hall Law Rising campaign. For information on the Fund for Seton Hall Law (or Seton Hall Law Fund), click here.
There are many ways to make a gift to Seton Hall Law School. For information on Ways to Make a Gift, click here.
How do I update my address?
To update your contact information, please send it to Lori Thimmel, Executive Director
of Alumni Relations, 973-642-8712, [email protected].
Class reunions are celebrated by classes that have been out of law school for 10, 15, 20, 30, 40 and 50 years. Classes join together in celebration in the fall of the year which marks these milestones, at our annual reunion celebration events. The 50th Reunion Class also celebrates their reunion at commencement, upon their 50th anniversary from graduating from Seton Hall Law School. Members of the 50th Reunion Class are invited to a breakfast and to join the dais party at commencement. For more information on Seton Hall Law School's Reunion Program, visit our reunion site at http://law.shu.edu/reunion.
For more information about upcoming events or to RSVP, please visit our Alumni Events Calendar.
Whether you’ve been out of law school for 6 months or 26 years, you may certainly seek assistance from the counselors in the OCS. They can help with job search strategies, resume and cover letter critique and with mock interviews. For an appointment, please contact the Office of Career Services at 973-642-8746, or [email protected] or visit the office.
Please visit our volunteer page (click here) to view available opportunities and to sign up to help.
Yes, all alumni have access to the Seton Hall Law School Library. On designated terminals, alumni have access to West Law and Lexis, as well. For the Library hours please click here.
How do I request my transcript?
To request a transcript, please submit a Transcript Request form or you may contact Enrollment Services at 973-642-8385.
Please contact Enrollment Services at 973-642-8385.
If you are seeking legal advice, please direct your inquiry to Melinda Lampley in The Center for Social Justice. She will assist you in determining whether The Center may be able to provide you with counsel, or in the alternative she will provide you with information regarding other legal resources. Ms. Lampley may be reached at 973-642-8700 or via email at [email protected].
Please feel free to contact the Office of Alumni and Development at Seton Hall Law School. A representative from our office will be able to assist you further with any questions not answered on this website.