Academic Opportunities   

Seton Hall Law School offers a vibrant, energetic academic environment. Located in downtown Newark, New Jersey, approximately 20 minutes from Manhattan, Seton Hall Law is especially well-regarded in the health and life sciences law, intellectual property, cybersecurity, and privacy arenas, and it is in the process of expanding its role in energy, gaming/sports, technology and data analytics.

Seton Hall University is an equal opportunity employer and affirms the values and goals of diversity. The University aspires to be a leader among its peer institutions in responding to the needs and concerns of an increasingly diverse population by striving to (i) overcome historical and divisive biases in our society and (ii) achieve equity and equality. In an effort to enrich our academic environment, the University actively encourages applications from members of all historically underrepresented groups and those invested in our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.

Available Positions

Tenure-Track Law Professor Positions

We welcome applications for tenure-track positions to begin July 1, 2022. Candidates must have a J.D. or equivalent degree and a record of academic excellence. Candidates should demonstrate (i) scholarly promise, (ii) the ability or potential to be an outstanding teacher and mentor who can prepare students for the practice of law, and (iii) leadership in service toward building an equitable and diverse academic community.

We will consider entry-level and junior-lateral candidates in a variety of subject areas but are particularly interested in healthcare finance, civil procedure/complex litigation, contracts, employment, torts, and clinical education (criminal justice and entrepreneurship & community development).

Candidates should apply here. The following documents should be uploaded with your application: CV (with references), cover letter, scholarly agenda, and job talk paper (or abstract with expected date for completion of the draft).

Questions should be sent to Professor Margaret Lewis, Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee, at [email protected]