SETON HALL UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW

 

SETON HALL UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW

ONE NEWARK CENTER

NEWARK, NEW JERSEY 07102-5210

Telephone: (973) 642-8500

Fax: (973) 642-8031

URL: http://www.law.shu.edu


 

ABA Approved Since 1951


 

DEGREES & DEGREE PROGRAMS:


Founded in 1951, the Law School is an integral part of Seton Hall University, which was chartered in 1856. Accredited by the ABA and the AALS, the Law School grants JD, JD/MBA, JD/MD, and JD/MA in Diplomacy & International Relations degrees. It also awards M.S.J. and LL.M. degrees in Health Law and Intellectual Property. Among our many degree programs offered, our Health Law & Policy Program is ranked highly as being fourth in the nation among all Law Schools offering health law programs. For more information, call (973) 642‑8500 or visit our website: law.shu.edu.


 

METROPOLITAN LOCATION:


The Law School, located in the Gateway district of Newark's downtown Renaissance, is a mere 15 minute train ride from mid‑town Manhattan, and a short walk from New Jersey's major law firms and the Federal courts. The Law School's central location is accessible by bus or train and in close proximity to Newark's Liberty International Airport and Newark's Pennsylvania Train Station.


 

FACILITIES & LAW LIBRARY:


The Law School opened its $37 million state‑of‑the‑art building in 1991, with over 200,000 square feet of space occupying and wrapping around the lower 5 floors of the 22 story One Newark Center office tower. Noted as a magnificent urban campus, the Law School's five‑story atrium joins the classroom, faculty and administrative office wings to the tower. In addition, there is a spectacular 350 seat auditorium, clinics, moot court rooms, lounges, a cafeteria, bookstore, and space dedicated to student journals, organizations, and recreational activities.

 

The 65,000 square feet high‑tech Law Library houses over 444,000 volumes, microforms, CDs, cassettes, computer programs and other media. The over 60 computer terminals accessible to students provides OCLC rapid on‑line bibliographic access, and legal research tools such as Westlaw, Lexis, Loislaw, Wilsonweb, Hein‑on‑line, Infotrack, BNAall, and various CCH and other databases covering a wide array of law and law‑related subjects. The Law Library also retains its historical and rare book collection, including the famous Peter W. Rodino, Jr. collection. It is both a Federal Depository, and a State depository, of government documents. In addition, the Law Library increased its seating capacity to 550, with study rooms on all three floors. There are also copy and coin machines available.


 

FINANCIAL AID & HOUSING:


Financial Aid can come through a variety of sources including scholarships, federal and state private loan programs, and work study. Financial assistance is based on academic merit and/or demonstrated financial need. Our staff can guide applicants through the process from start to finish. Students must first file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov as early as January 1st of each year. Seton Hall Law School's federal school code is G09986.

 

In 2004, the Law School opened the door to attractive and affordable housing for students. Both one and two‑bedroom apartments are available, only a short walk away, at the newly renovated Union Building. If interested, call the Law School for a brochure or visit http://www.unionbuilding.com/rental.html. The Law School also maintains an on‑line housing bank of available rooms, apartments and houses in the area at our website http://law.shu.edu.


 

BAR PASSAGE & CAREER SERVICES:


More than ever, we can boast with a 85.3% bar success rate for first time takers in New Jersey, 88.8% in New York, and the Law School's remarkable 95% employment success of its 2005 graduates just six months after graduation. Both our New Jersey and New York bar pass rates were extraordinary. Our students were superbly equipped to achieve 14% higher than the state average of law school applicants in New Jersey, and the New York bar pass rate was also remarkably 14 percentage points higher than the overall pass rate for first time applicants from ABA approved schools. It is evident that Seton Hall Law students pass well on their bar exams, and are extremely successful in obtaining federal and state clerkships with the U.S. Courts of Appeals in the Second and Thirds Circuits, the New Jersey Supreme Court, New Jersey Appellate Courts, the United States District Courts, Bankruptcy Courts, and the European Court of Justice.

 

Career Services has an aggressive placement policy, utilizing substantial on‑campus interviewing and web‑based job listings in pursuit of employment opportunities for our graduates. It offers career counseling, interviewing workshops, mock interviews, networking seminars, a mentor program, and also provides assistance in resume and writing cover letters. Positively, our students enjoy exciting and challenging positions in the legal profession.


 

ALUMNI & PUBLIC RELATIONS:


The Seton Hall Law School‑Alumni Department‑supports the endeavors of our alumnus at home and away. Our alumnus enjoy networking with each other in constituency groups such as the Inns of Court where judges and attorneys in trial practice provide new attorneys with training and the benefit of their courtroom and field experience. Fellow graduates, who become friends and colleagues, can keep in touch through Email for Life, the Photo Album, Seton Hall Law events, and the Seton Hall Law Magazine. Dedicated alumnus serve as mentors, career counselors, externship supervisors, and potentially your employers.

 

The Office of Public Relations strategically works to bring out the Law School's best media placement regionally, nationally and internationally. Its regular and effective communication with alumni, law school deans, faculty, the local bench and bar, major law firms, and the regional corporate community supports and enhances the Law School's reputation as a leader in legal education. Ongoing media placements keep our University community, constituents and the public informed about Law School initiatives. For more information, call (973) 642‑8724 or visit our website: law.shu.edu.


 

ENROLLMENT OPTIONS AND STUDENT DIVERSITY:


Seton Hall School of Law offers both full‑time and part‑time day and evening programs. Over 3,000 applicants competed for 370 seats in the entering class of 2006. The 2005 entering class attended more than 196 universities and colleges in the United States and abroad. The rising number of diverse and professional students applying to the Law School adds to the intellectual and cultural life of the community.

 

Our students are taught using a variety of methodologies from traditional Socratic classroom instruction to the use of problems, simulations, seminars and clinical experiences. The curriculum includes 192 courses that cover the spectrum of legal education. A more comprehensive legal education enables students to examine real world problems from a variety of jurisprudential perspectives, ranging from Natural Law to Behavioral Law and Economics.

 

A core goal of Seton Hall Law is to enable our students to identify, articulate, and sharpen their own individual values. In the process, the Law School aspires to maintain and inculcate a nurturing spirit, treating all individuals with dignity, justice and compassion. Our values spring not only from Seton Hall Law School's Catholic origins, identity and tradition, but also from the ethical and moral precepts governing lawyers, and the highest aspirations of the legal profession itself.


 

CURRICULAR AND CO‑CURRICULAR RESOURCES:


The Law School offers a wide range of special academic programs, including judicial internships and four student journals: The Seton Hall Law Review, Seton Hall Legislative Journal, the Sports and Entertainment Law Journal, and the Circuit Review.

 

Each summer the Law School co‑sponsors with the University of Parma a course of international studies for American law students in Parma, Milan and Genoa. Since 1997, the Law School has also offered a program in Cairo, Egypt focusing on Islamic Law, and international and comparative law in the Middle East. And, in 2005, the Law School sponsored its exciting Intellectual Property Law in Ireland summer program in Galway, Ireland and Leuven, Belgium.

 

The Law School's Center for Social Justice engages students in clinical studies and court preparation. Students receive practical experience by representing more than 2,000 disadvantaged and under‑represented clients each year in a wide range of areas including fair housing and shelter, consumer protection, family law, public entitlements, juvenile justice, disability law, and immigration.

 


Dean:

Patrick E. Hobbs (973) 642‑8750

Associate Dean:

Kathleen M. Boozang (973) 642‑8501

Associate Dean:

John Kip Cornwell (973) 642‑8498

Admissions:

Gisele Joachim (973) 642‑8475

Financial Aid:

Karen Sokol (973) 642‑8744

Library:

Deborah Herrera (973) 642‑8766

Career Services:

Sonia Cunha (973) 642‑8743

Student Services:

Cara Foerst (973) 642‑8726

Alumni & Development:

Vicki Fleischer (973) 642‑8711



FULL TIME FACULTY

 

PATRICK E. HOBBS, (Dean and Professor of Law), born Orange, New Jersey, March 29, 1960; admitted to bar, 1985, New Jersey. Education: Seton Hall University (B.S., 1982); University of North Carolina (J.D., 1985); New York University (LL.M., 1988). COURSES: Taxation, Business Planning, Law and Literature. Email: hobbspat@shu.edu



MICHELLE V. ADAMS, (Professor of Law), born Detroit, Michigan, October 24, 1963; admitted to bar, 1990, New York. Education: Brown University (B.A., 1985); City University of New York (J.D., 1989); Harvard Law School (LL.M., 1994). COURSES: Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, Torts, Civil Rights. Email: adamsmch@shu.edu

 

MARK C. ALEXANDER, (Professor of Law), born Washington, D.C., August 5, 1964; admitted to bar, 1992, California; 1994, District of Columbia. Education: Yale University (B.A., 1986; J.D., 1992). COURSES: Constitutional Law, First Amendment, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure. Email: alexanma@shu.edu

 

MICHAEL P. AMBROSIO, (Professor of Law), born Jersey City, New Jersey, November 8, 1941; admitted to bar, 1967, New Jersey. Education: Montclair State College (B.A., 1963); Catholic University of America (J.D., 1966). COURSES: Jurisprudence, Professional Ethics, Remedies. Email: ambrosmi@shu.edu

 

BAHER A. AZMY, (Associate Professor of Law), born Egypt, April 15, 1970; admitted to bar, 1997, New Jersey and New York. Education: University of Pennsylvania (B.A., 1992); New York University (J.D., 1996); Columbia University (M.P.A., 1996). COURSES: Civil Litigation Clinic, Constitutional Law. Email: azmybahe@shu.edu

 

LIVINGSTON BAKER, (Associate Professor of Law), born Newark, New Jersey, March 9, 1936; admitted to bar, 1966, New York. Education: Yale University (B.A., 1958); University of Michigan (J.D., 1962); New York University (LL.M., 1975). COURSES: International Law, Comparative Law, European Union Law, Problems of Interpretation. Email: bakerliv@shu.edu

 

CARMEN BARBAZAN, (Co‑Director Appellate Advocacy Moot Court), born New York, New York, November 19, 1959; admitted to bar, 1983, New Jersey; 1984, New York. Education: Montclair State College (B.S., 1980); New York University (J.D., 1983). COURSES: Appellate Advocacy. Email: barbazca@shu.edu

 

MICHAEL BARBOSA, (Bar Fellow, Urban Revitalization Project), born 1974, New York; admitted to bar, 2000, New York. Education: Syracuse University (B.A., 1996); American University, Washington College of Law (J.D., 1999). Email: barbosmi@shu.edu

 

DAVID W. BARNES, (Distinguished Research Professor of Law), born Connecticut, February 17, 1950; admitted to bar, 1979, Pennsylvania; United States Supreme Court. Education: Dartmouth College (A.B., 1972); University of Pennsylvania Law (J.D., 1979); Virginia Polytechnic Inst. and St. U. (Ph.D., 1980). COURSES: Torts, Intellectual Property, Antitrust, Law and Science, Doctrine of Unconscionability. Email: barnesda@shu.edu

 

CHRISTINA L. BENNETT, (Asst Director Academic Support; Asst. Director Legal Research & Writing), born Jersey City, New Jersey, June 3, 1964; admitted to bar, 1994, New Jersey; Pennsylvania. Education: Howard University, (B.S., 1987); Seton Hall University School of Law (J.D., 1994). COURSES: Legal Methods, Legal Research and Writing. Email: bennetch@shu.edu

 

GAIA BERNSTEIN, (Associate Professor of Law), born London, England, October 14, 1968; admitted to bar, 1996, New York; 1997, Israel. Education: Tel Aviv University (B.A., 1992); Boston University (J.D., 1995); Harvard University (LL.M., 2000). COURSES: Law and Genetics, Information Privacy. Email: bernstga@shu.edu

 

LAWRENCE BERSHAD, (Professor of Law), born New Haven, Connecticut, June 25, 1939; admitted to bar, 1964, Virginia; 1978, New Jersey. Education: University of Connecticut (B.A., 1961); Georgetown University (J.D., 1964). COURSES: Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Sports Law, Legislative Bureau. Email: bershala@shu.edu

 

KRISTEN E. BOON, (Associate Professor of Law), born Canada, December, 1972; admitted to bar, 2002, New York; 2003 Ontario, Canada, 2003. Education: McGill University (B.A., 1994; M.A., 1996); New York University School of Law (J.D., 2000); Columbia University School of Law (LL.M., 2005). COURSES: International Law, Contracts. Email: boonkris@shu.edu

 

KATHLEEN M. BOOZANG, (Professor of Law and Associate Dean), born Galveston, Texas, April 21, 1959; admitted to bar, 1984, Missouri. Education: Boston College (B.S., 1981); Washington University (J.D., 1984); Yale University (LL.M., 1991). COURSES: Law of Death and Dying, Health Care Organizations. Email: boozanka@shu.edu

 

AHMED I. BULBULIA, (Professor of Law), born Johannesburg, South Africa, December 12, 1943; admitted to bar, 1965, United Kingdom; 1966, Republic of South Africa; 1970, Canada. Education: London School of Economics (LL.B., 1965); University of Michigan (LL.M., 1966). COURSES: Conflicts, Business Associations, Public International Law. Email: bulbulah@shu.edu

 

WILFREDO CARABALLO, (Professor of Law), born Puerto Rico, January 1, 1947; admitted to bar, 1975, New York; 1990, New Jersey. Education: St. Joseph's Seminary College (B.A., 1969); New York University (J.D.,1974). COURSES: Bankruptcy, Commercial Transactions, Contracts, Evidence, Debtor‑Creditor. Email: carabawi@shu.edu

 

ANGELA C. CARMELLA, (Professor of Law), born Rahway, New Jersey, July 29, 1958; admitted to bar, 1983, Massachusetts. Education: Princeton University (A.B., 1980); Harvard University (J.D., 1983; M.T.S., 1984). COURSES: First Amendment, Religious Liberty, Property, Religion and the First Amendment. Email: carmelan@shu.edu

 

CHRISTOPHER H. CLANCY, (Professor of Law), born Miami Beach, Florida, April 1, 1935; admitted to bar, 1963, Maine; 1980, New Jersey. Education: University of Maine (A.B., 1960; LL.B., 1963). COURSES: Labor Law, Employment Discrimination, Torts II. Email: clancych@shu.edu

 

CARL H. COLEMAN, (Professor of Law), born New York, October 20, 1964; admitted to bar, 1991, New York. Education: Georgetown University (B.S.F.S., 1986); Harvard University (A.M., 1990); Harvard Law School (J.D., 1990). COURSES: Torts, Health Law, Law of Human Experimentation. Email: colemaca@shu.edu

 

JENNY‑BROOKE CONDON, (Clinical Fellow, Immigration & Human Rights/Civil Litigation Clinic), born New Britain, Connecticut, August 16, 1976; admitted to bar, 2003, New Jersey; 2004, New York. Education: George Washington University (B.A., 1998); Seton Hall University (J.D., 2003). COURSES: Human Rights, Civil Litigation, Immigration. Email: condonje@shu.edu

 

JOHN KIP CORNWELL, (Professor of Law), born New Haven, Connecticut, October 21, 1961; admitted to bar, 1990, Pennsylvania. Education: Harvard University (A.B., 1983); Cambridge University (M.Phil., 1985); Yale Law School (J.D., 1988). COURSES: Criminal Law and Procedure, Mentally Disabled Criminal Defendant. Email: cornweki@shu.edu

 

JOHN COVERDALE, (Professor of Law), born Chicago, Illinois, June 20, 1940; admitted to bar, 1985, Pennsylvania; 1986, District of Columbia. Education: University of Navarre (M.A., 1966); University of Wisconsin (Ph.D., 1971); University of Chicago (J.D., 1984). COURSES: Federal Tax, State and Local Tax; Partnership Tax; Professional Responsibility; Catholic Social Doctrine and Law. Email: coverdjo@shu.edu

 

ELIZABETH F. DEFEIS, (Professor of Law), admitted to bar, 1958, New York; 1971, New Jersey. Education: St. John's University (B.A., 1956; J.D., 1958); New York University (LL.M., 1971). COURSES: International Law, International Human Rights, Gender and the Law, European Union Law. Email: defeisel@shu.edu

 

MARK DENBEAUX, (Professor of Law), born Gainesville, Florida, July 30, 1943; admitted to bar, 1969, New York; 1978, New Jersey. Education: College of Wooster (B.A., 1965); New York University (J.D., 1968). COURSES: Contracts, Professional Responsibility, Evidence, Expert Witness, Remedies. Email: denbeama@shu.edu

 

MELANIE DIPIETRO, (Distinguished Practitioner in Residence), born Greensburg, Pennsylvania, October 29, 1944; admitted to bar, 1975, Pennsylvania; 1982, Missouri. Education: Seton Hill College (B.A., 1969); Occidental College (M.A., 1971); Duquesne University (J.D., 1975); University of St. Thomas (J.C.L., 1987; J.C.D., 2003). COURSES: Non Profit Corporations, Professional Responsibility, Healthcare. Email: dipietme@shu.edu

 

HOWARD M. ERICHSON, (Professor of Law), born New York, New York, November 6, 1962; admitted to bar, 1990, New Jersey; 1991, New York. Education: Harvard University (A.B., 1985); New York University (J.D., 1990). COURSES: Civil Procedure, Complex Litigation, Professional Responsibility, Torts, Mass Tort Litigation. Email: erichsho@shu.edu

 

LINDA E. FISHER, (Professor of Law), born Chicago, Illinois, February 6, 1953; admitted to bar, 1980, Illinois; 1990, Pennsylvania; 2001, New Jersey. Education: Macalester College (B.A., 1976); University of Chicago (J.D., 1980); Northwestern University (LL.M., 1989). COURSES: Clinical Education, Professional Responsibility, Gender and the Law. Email: fisherli@shu.edu

 

PAULA A. FRANZESE, (Peter Rodino Professor of Law), born New York, New York, May 12, 1960; admitted to bar, 1984, New York; 1984, New Jersey. Education: Columbia University (B.A., 1980; J.D., 1983). COURSES: Property, Commercial Law. Email: franzepa@shu.edu

 

BERNARD K. FREAMON, (Professor of Law), born East Meadow, New York, June 18, 1947; admitted to bar, 1974, New Jersey. Education: Wesleyan University (B.A., 1970); Rutgers University ‑ Newark (J.D., 1974); Columbia University (LL.M.). COURSES: Evidence, Post‑Conviction Remedies, Islamic Jurisprudence, Professional Responsibility, Jurisprudence. Email: freamobe@shu.edu

 

WILLIAM E. GARLAND, (Professor of Law), born Summit, New Jersey, September 18, 1944; admitted to bar, 1969, New Jersey. Education: Fairfield University (A.B., 1966); Seton Hall University (J.D., 1969). COURSES: Land Finance, Debtor‑Creditor, Drafting, Real Estate Development. Email: garlandwi@shu.edu

 

MARGARET GILHOOLEY, (Professor of Law), born Brooklyn, New York, March 2, 1942; admitted to bar, 1967, New York; 1987, New Jersey; 1980, District of Columbia. Education: Fordham University (B.S.Ed., 1963); Columbia University (LL.B., 1966). COURSES: Food and Drug Law, Administrative Law, Drug Innovation, Regulation and Costs. Email: gilhooma@shu.edu

 

TIMOTHY P. GLYNN, (Professor of Law), born Minneapolis, Minnesota, February 5, 1967; admitted to bar, 1994, Minnesota. Education: Harvard University (B.A., 1989); University of Minnesota Law School (J.D., 1994). COURSES: Business Associations, Civil Procedure, Employment Law. Email: glynntim@shu.edu

 

RACHEL D. GODSIL, (Professor of Law), born St. Louis, Missouri, October 27, 1967; admitted to bar, 1994, New York. Education: University of Wisconsin Madison (B.A., 1988); University of Michigan (J.D., 1992). COURSES: Property, Equality in American Law, Zoning, Planning and Land Use Policy. Email: godsilra@shu.edu

 

THOMAS L. GREANEY, (Visiting Professor of Law), born December 2, 1948; admitted to bar, 1974, District of Columbia. Education: Wesleyan University (B.A., 1970); Harvard Law School (J.D., 1973). COURSES: Antitrust, Corporations, Health Care Law, Mergers and Joint Ventures, Regulated Industries, Non‑Profit Organizations.

 

TRISTIN K. GREEN, (Professor of Law), born December 12, 1968; admitted to bar, 1998, California. Education: UCLA (B.A., 1991); Northwestern University (M.S.J., 1993); UC Berkeley ‑ Boalt Hall (J.D., 1998). COURSES: Civil Procedure, Employment Discrimination, Gender and the Law. Email: greentri@shu.edu

 

BRENDA SAUNDERS HAMPDEN, (Associate Professor of Law), born High Point, North Carolina, September 18, 1946; admitted to bar, 1980, New Jersey; 1981, U.S. District Court, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York. Education: Howard University (B.M.E., 1967; M.M.E., 1974); Seton Hall University School of Law (J.D., 1977). COURSES: Property, Copyright Law, Intellectual Property, Entertainment Law, Legal Research and Writing. Email: saundebr@shu.edu

 

EDWARD HARTNETT, (Richard Hughes Professor for Constitutional and Public Law and Service), born Jersey City, New Jersey, September 26, 1960; admitted to bar, 1985, Pennsylvania; 1986, New Jersey. Education: Harvard University (A.B., 1982); New York University (J.D., 1985). COURSES: Constitutional Law, Federal Jurisdiction. Email: hartneed@shu.edu

 

THOMAS JOSEPH HEALY, (Associate Professor), born Charlotte, North Carolina; admitted to bar, 2002, New York. Education: University of North Carolina (B.A.); Columbia University (J.D.). COURSES: Constitutional Law, First Amendment. Email: healytho@shu.edu

 

DEBORAH D. HERRERA, (Director, Law Library and Associate Professor of Law), born New Jersey, July 15, 1951. Education: Seton Hall University (B.A., 1973; J.D., 1976); Rutgers University (M.L.S., 1985). COURSES: Legal Research and Writing. Email: herrerde@shu.edu

 

JOHN JACOBI, (Dorothea Dix Professor of Health Law and Policy; Acting Director of the Health Law and Policy Program), born Buffalo, New York, July 8, 1954; admitted to bar, 1985, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Education: State University College of New York at Buffalo (B.A., 1981); Harvard University Law School (J.D., 1984). COURSES: Health Care Financing, Torts, Disability Law, Public Health Law. Email: jacobijo@shu.edu

 

MEETALI JAIN, (Bar Fellow, International Human Rights/Rule of Law Project), born 1974; admitted to bar, 2001, California. Education: Georgetown University (B.S., 1996); U.C. Hastings College of Law (J.D., 2000). Email: jainmeet@shu.edu

 

SHAVAR DAKEL JEFFRIES, (Associate Professor of Law), born East Orange, New Jersey, January 7, 1975; admitted to bar, 2001, New Jersey and District of Columbia. Education: Duke University (B.A., 1996); Columbia University (J.D., 1999). COURSES: Clinical. Email: jeffrish@shu.edu

 

E. JUDSON JENNINGS, (Professor of Law), born Orange, New Jersey, January 26, 1943; admitted to bar, 1968, New York; 1968, District of Columbia; 1982, New Jersey. Education: Princeton University (A.B., 1964); Georgetown University (J.D., 1967). COURSES: Civil Procedure, Evidence, Remedies, Internet Law, Intellectual Property. Email: jenninju@shu.edu

 

TRACY A. KAYE, (Professor of Law), born New Orleans, Louisiana, May 28, 1959. Education: University of Illinois (B.S., 1981); De Paul University (M.S.T., 1984); Georgetown University (J.D., 1991). COURSES: Tax, International Tax Planning, Corporate Taxation. Email: kayetrac@shu.edu

 

KEVIN B. KELLY, (Associate Clinical Professor/Family Law Clinic), born 1958; admitted to bar, 1983, Pennsylvania; 1984, New Jersey. Education: St. Joseph's University (B.S., 1980); Temple Law School (J.D., 1983). COURSES: Family Mediation, Family and the State, Family Law Clinic. Email: kellykev@shu.edu

 

MARINA LAO, (Professor of Law), born Hong Kong, August 14, 1952; admitted to bar, 1980, Georgia; 1981, New York; 1984, District of Columbia. Education: State University of New York at Stony Brook (B.A., 1974); Albany Law School (J.D., 1980); Temple University School of Law (LL.M., 1994). COURSES: Business Associations, Antitrust, Securities Regulation. Email: laomarin@shu.edu

 

R. ERIC LILLQUIST, (Professor of Law), born New York, New York, December 9, 1966; admitted to bar, 1997, New York. Education: Stanford University (B.A. & B.S., 1989); University of Virginia (1995). COURSES: Contracts, Criminal Law and Procedure, Electronic Commerce. Email: lillquer@shu.edu

 

STEPHEN J. LUBBEN, (Associate Professor of Law), admitted to bar, New York and California. Education: Boston University School of Law (J.D.); Harvard Law School (LL.M.). COURSES: Business Associations, Corporate Finance, Debtor‑Creditor. Email: lubbenst@shu.edu

 

SOLANGEL MALDONADO, (Professor of Law), born New York, October 10, 1971; admitted to bar, 1997, New Jersey and New York. Education: Columbia College (B.A., 1993); Columbia Law School (J.D., 1996). COURSES: Family Law, International Family Law, Torts, Latino Critical Race Theory, Gender and the Law. Email: maldonado@shu.edu

 

ROBERT MARTIN, (Professor of Law), born Newark, New Jersey, January 13, 1947; admitted to bar, 1979, New Jersey. Education: Dickinson College (B.A., 1969); Lehigh University (M.A., 1973); Seton Hall University (J.D., 1979); New York University (LL.M., 1993). COURSES: State and Local Government, Legislation, Law and Education, Judicial Externship Program. Email: martinro@shu.edu

 

CATHERINE M.A. MCCAULIFF, (Professor of Law), born Massachusetts, June 12, 1944; admitted to bar, 1976, New York. Education: Bryn Mawr College (A.B., 1965); University of Toronto (M.A., 1966; Ph.D., 1969); University of Chicago (J.D., 1975). COURSES: Theory of Contracts, European and English Legal History, Agency, Partnerships and LLC's, Corporate Finance and Tender Offer Litigation. Email: mccaulca@shu.edu

 

ANDREA G. MCDOWELL, (Associate Professor), born Netherlands, August 16, 1958; admitted to bar, 1998, Connecticut. Education: Yale (B.A.; J.D., 1998); University of Pennsylvania (Ph.D., 1987). COURSES: Legal History, Trusts and Estates, Torts. Email: mcdowean@shu.edu

 

DENIS F. MCLAUGHLIN, (Professor of Law), born Brooklyn, New York, January 19, 1949; admitted to bar, 1973, Pennsylvania; 1975, New Jersey. Education: Villanova University (B.A., Magna Cum Laude, 1970; J.D., Cum Laude, 1973). COURSES: Civil Procedure, Evidence, New Jersey Practice, Remedies, Professional Responsibility, Civil Trial Practice. Email: mclaugde@shu.edu

 

SCOTT MICHELMAN, (Clinical Fellow, Civil Litigation Clinic), born 1978; admitted to bar, 2005, California. Education: Duke University (A.B., 2000); Harvard Law School (J.D., 2004). Email: michelsc@shu.edu

 

MICHELE RENEE NANCE, (Lecturer of Law & Director, Health Care Compliance Certification Program), born San Antonio, Texas, August 22, 1966; admitted to bar, 2000, New Jersey; 2001, New York. Education: Rutgers University (B.S., 1996); Seton Hall University School of Law (J.D., 1999); New York University (LL.M., in progress, 2007). COURSES: Health Law, Intellectual Property, Trade Regulation. Email: nancemic@shu.edu

 

LORI ANN NESSEL, (Professor of Law and Director of the Center for Social Justice), Education: University of California at Santa Cruz (B.A.); City University School of Law at Queens College (J.D.). COURSES: Immigration and Human Rights Clinic, Gender and the Law. Email: nessello@shu.edu

 

FRANK ANTHONY PASQUALE, (Associate Professor of Law), born Dunkirk, New York, May 12, 1974; admitted to bar, 2001, District of Columbia. Education: Harvard University (B.A., 1996); Oxford University (M.Phil., 1998); Yale University (J.D., 2001). COURSES: Administrative Law, Intellectual Property, Law and Medicine. Email: pasquafa@shu.edu

 

MARC R. POIRIER, (Professor of Law), born Chicago, Illinois, April 1, 1952; admitted to bar, 1978, District of Columbia. Education: Yale University (B.A., 1974; LL.M., 1991); Harvard University (J.D., 1978). COURSES: Environmental Law, Law and Sexuality, International Environmental Law, Takings Doctrine, Administrative Law, Property. Email: poiriema@shu.edu

 

H. KWASI PREMPEH, (Associate Professor of Law), Education: University of Ghana (B.S.); Baylor University (M.B.A.); Yale (J.D.). COURSES: Constitutional Law, Business Associations. Email: prempehe@shu.edu

 

RONALD J. RICCIO, (Professor of Law), born Jersey City, New Jersey, July 18, 1946; admitted to bar, 1971, New Jersey; 1981, New York. Education: Seton Hall University (B.A., 1968; J.D., 1971). COURSES: Business Associations, Constitutional Law, Comparative Constitutional Law. Email: riccioro@shu.edu

 

D. MICHAEL RISINGER, (Professor of Law), born Kansas City, Missouri, March 31, 1945; admitted to bar, 1978, New Jersey; 1983, New York. Education: Yale University (B.A., 1966); Harvard University (J.D., 1969). COURSES: Evidence, Conflicts, Remedies, Torts, Law and Science. Email: risingmi@shu.edu

 

JON ROMBERG, (Associate Professor of Law), Education: Princeton University (A.B.); Northeastern (J.D.). COURSES: Contracts, Impact Litigation Clinic. Email: romberjo@shu.edu

 

PHILIP A. ROSS, (Associate Clinical Professor/Juvenile Justice Clinic; Director, Pro Bono Program), born 1951; admitted to bar, 1976, New Jersey; 1982, New York. Education: Seton Hall University (B.A., 1972); Widener Law School (J.D., 1975). COURSES: Juvenile Law. Email: rossphil@shu.edu

 

CLAUDETTE ST. ROMAIN, (Associate Clinical Professor/Family Law Clinic), born 1958; admitted to bar, 1984, New Jersey. Education: University of California‑Davis (B.A., 1980); Harvard Law School (J.D., 1983). COURSES: Family Law, Marriage & Divorce, Gender and the Law, Ethics. Email: stromacl@shu.edu

 

CHARLES A. SULLIVAN, (Professor of Law), born New York, New York, March 10, 1943; admitted to bar, 1969, New York; 1983, New Jersey. Education: Siena College (B.A., 1965); Harvard University (LL.B., 1968); New York University (LL.M., 1972). COURSES: Employment Discrimination, Employment Law, Contracts, Civil Procedure, Legal Research and Writing. Email: sullivch@shu.edu

 

SARAH E. WALDECK, (Professor of Law), born Milwaukee, Wisconsin, June 30, 1969; admitted to bar, 1998, Wisconsin. Education: Cornell University (B.A., 1991); University of Wisconsin (J.D., 1997). COURSES: Estates and Trusts, Criminal Law, Property. Email: waldecsa@shu.edu

 

JOHN B. WEFING, (Professor of Law), born Teaneck, New Jersey, January 29, 1943; admitted to bar, 1967, New Jersey. Education: St. Peter's College (A.B., 1964); Catholic University of America (J.D., 1967); New York University (LL.M., 1971). COURSES: Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, New Jersey Constitutional Law. Email: wefingjo@shu.edu

 

SUELLEN M. WOLFE, (Visiting Professor of Law), admitted to bar, 1976, Pennsylvania. Education: Penn State (B.H., 1973); Dickinson School of Law (J.D., 1976); New York University School of Law (LL.M., 1979). COURSES: Corporate Tax, Estate Planning, Estate and Gift Taxation, Federal Income Tax, State and Local Tax, Estates and Trusts. Email: wolfesue@shu.edu

 

MICHAEL J. ZIMMER, (Professor of Law), born Milwaukee, Wisconsin, October 16, 1942; admitted to bar, 1967, Wisconsin. Education: Marquette University (A.B., 1967; J.D., 1967); Columbia University (LL.M., 1976). COURSES: Contracts, Employment Discrimination, Employment Law, Labor Law, Constitutional Law. Email: zimmermi@shu.edu