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Financial Aid available for Law Students

Orientation Information - Welcome to Seton Hall Law!

Orientation for all new students will be delivered through a combination of remote and in-person events. All new students will be asked to join a synchronous remote session on the afternoon of Friday, August 14th; thereafter, in compliance with social distancing guidelines, we will be delivering our in-person Orientation itinerary to incoming students on one of either Thursday, August 20th or Friday, August 21st. Please see the Orientation Schedule (listed below) for a your date assignment and a complete list of all events. All remote access links will follow. Attendance at Orientation is mandatory for all new students. Please note: If you apply and are approved for the remote option (Hyflex), remote attendance at Orientation is also permissible.

We look forward to meeting you! In the coming weeks we will be publishing Orientation information (in three releases); please review and take appropriate action where indicated. Information will be available below on June 17, July 15 and August 4. If you have any questions, please contact Student Services at [email protected].

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Meet your section Professors

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Third Release (8/4/20)

Review / Submit as indicated

  1. Honor Code for Students
  2. Seton Hall University Restart Plan
  3. Diversity Equity and Inclusion Orientation Preparation
  4. Orientation Schedule (last updated: 8/10/20)
  5. Ordering Your Fall Books
  6. Accessing Class Schedule and First Class Assignments (Check individual courses on Blackboard via Lawnet)
  7. Name/Pronouns – Any student who has not yet shared, or wishes to change, their chosen name and pronouns with Law School Admissions may inform the law school of such by emailing [email protected].
  8. Photo/Media Release (submission required)
  9. Instructions for Upload of Immunization Documentation
  10. Student Organization Look Book

First Release (6/17/20)

Review / Submit as indicated

  1. Academic Calendar (2020-21)
  2. Financial Aid Action items / Meet MAXWatch video or Read/Review slides
  3. Disability Support for Law Students Students with any disability or any chronic condition or diagnosis for which they are interested in requesting reasonable classroom or exam accommodations must contact the Office of Disability Support no later than August 1.
  4. Public Safety Information / Emergency Notification System
  5. Student Protest Policy
  6. Student Parking Options
  7. NJ TRANSIT Discount Information All incoming full-time students will be able to purchase NJ Transit discount tickets beginning August 1.  Please read rules and instructions here.
  8. Request a Locker (Students must request locker no later than August 1)



Panel Discussions and Q&A: The Color of Law

Thomas Healy

Thomas Healy
Professor of Law

Solangel Maldonado

Solangel Maldonado
Eleanor Bontecou Professor of Law

Angela C. Carmella

Angela C. Carmella
Professor of Law

Paula Franzese

Paula Franzese
Peter W. Rodino Professor of Law, and Director of Leadership Fellows Program

Ndjuoh MehChu

Ndjuoh MehChu
Associate Professor of Law