Transforming Legal Education
Since opening its doors on February 5, 1951, Seton Hall University School of Law has become widely known and respected at home and abroad. The Law School offers a student pro bono initiative through its Center for Social Justice that provides legal services for more than 1,000 Newark citizens every year. The Center offers immigration/human rights, civil litigation, and family law clinics that help clients with a wide range of problems from predatory lending to domestic violence and the threat of deportation.
Today’s students are developing into tomorrow’s leaders thanks to the generosity of our supporters— alumni, parents, faculty, staff and friends. Students are benefiting from scholarships and other financial aid. They are learning from the top legal minds in their fields and taking full advantage of Seton Hall Law School’s supportive environment.
They will uphold the Law School’s legacy of creating a better world. What kind of world do you want to live in? No matter your cause, concern or passion, you can advance it by giving to Seton Hall Law.
Help future students achieve their dream of attending Seton Hall Law. Choose a program, center or area of impact that is meaningful to you. Foster a student organization or competition program in which you believe. Every gift and every dollar matters.