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Seton Hall Law faculty and administrators are available to address all questions or concerns you may have about any aspect of your experience at Seton Hall Law – from academics and career planning to housing and counseling services. Our Deans are also here to assist you whenever you need.
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Dean and Professor of Law
[email protected] | 973-642-8750
I am the final go-to person for our entire community, both internally and externally. If you are uncertain about how to resolve a problem, or have an issue only I can address, or just want to say hello, please drop by.
Senior Associate Dean and Andrea J. Catania Endowed Professor of Law
[email protected] | 973-642-8777
As an Associate Dean, I oversee the law school's budget and finances, healthcare compliance programs, and various other aspects of the administration and curriculum.. I am also a resource for JD students interested in compliance issues and the Compliance Concentration. As a professor, I teach Civil Procedure to first-year students, and Labor and Employment courses to upper-level students. I am available to assist all students who have questions or concerns.
Associate Dean for Academics
[email protected] | 973-642-8506
As Associate Dean for Academics, I oversee Student Services, Enrollment Services, Career Services, academic support and exams . I am here to ensure your Seton Hall Law experience is challenging and rewarding. I am happy to meet with students about any issues of concern. I want to support every student so that each of you fulfill your potential and reach your goals.
Associate Dean for JD and Graduate Admissions and Professor of Law
[email protected] | 973-642-8867
My specialty areas include Admissions and Communications. I assist The Gibbons Institute of Law, Science & Technolgy and the Institute for Privacy Protection. I also run the Sports and Entertainment Externship Program. As for courses, I often teach first-year subjects like torts or professional responsibility and upper-level subjects like entertainment law. If you have questions about a career in sports or entertainment law or ideas about technology or legal theory, I'd love to hear them. But please feel free to ask me about anything.
Miriam T. Rooney Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Faculty Research and Development
[email protected] | 973-642-8958
I support faculty research and development. I assist the Center for Social Justice, Library, and Center for Information Technology. I oversee many of our speaker series which brings academics and practitioners to the law school to share their expertise. I work with faculty on innovative teaching methods. I chair the selection committee for the Marriellen Duggan International Law summer Fellowship which provides funding for international opportunities, and I assist students seeking international law placements at the UN. I am the faculty adviser for the international law society. I regularly teach contracts in the first year.