Ever dream of securing that law degree but didn’t have the time to pursue it? Seton Hall is launching a program to make entry level law degrees more accessible to working professionals.
Kathleen Boozang, Dean of Seton Hall University School of Law says they’re launching a weekend program at the Newark campus to work around people’s family and work schedules.
“Two-thirds live, one-third online, so each semester the students attend in person classes eight weekends a semester, every other weekend. Then in the off week they work in small groups with the professor online.”