Professor Dorfman received the award for a rising scholar who has made a significant contribution to the field of work law.
Editors compiled data in five categories: credibility, affordability, student outcomes, student experience, and application process. The online MLS at Seton Hall was selected in part because of the student experience: most students enroll part-time, taking one course at a time and graduating within two years. Read more.
Assistant Professor Robert Boland joins Seton Hall Law as part of our Gaming, Hospitality, Entertainment and Sports Law (“GHamES”) initiative and will focus on developing and expanding Seton Hall’s Sports Law offerings. He brings a wealth of experience to this endeavor, having most recently served as the Athletics Integrity Officer at the Pennsylvania State University, where he oversaw the athletic program’s compliance with all legal and ethical standards required by law, the University, the Big Ten and the NCAA. Read more.