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Seton Hall Law Alumna Establishes Scholarship in Honor of Grandfather

Donald B. Hannon, Sr. with family

Family. Education. Helping Others. Three core values that define Donald B. Hannon, Sr. and that he has instilled in his family. Read More

Gift Secures Legal Training Based on Catholic Values for Deserving Students

Steve McManus

To pay back the scholarship support he received as a student, and to ensure deserving students have access to a Seton Hall Law degree, Professor Michael Ambrosio made a gift that will support future law students. Read More

Seton Hall Law Alumnus Establishes Scholarship to "Pay It Forward"

Steve McManus

As both a first generation college and law student, Steve McManus '90 understands the financing difficulties and challenges facing many students pursuing advanced degrees. Read More

Alumna Donates $2 Million for Medicine, Law and Education Scholarships

Brother and sister

Seton Hall University has received a gift of $2,000,000 from the estate of Patricia Kelly O'Callaghan '53. Read More

Donor Helps Establish Bar Prep Assistance Fund

Walsh, Pizzi, O'Reilly, Falanga, LLP

This fall, Walsh, Pizzi, O'Reilly, Falanga, LLP generously commited $100,000 to Seton Hall Law to create a Bar Prep Assistance Fund that will provide financial assistance to recent graduates during their bar examination preparation. Read More

Former Scholarship Recipient Gives Back

Caitlin and Jordan Cascino

A scholarship recipient herself, Seton Hall Law alumna, Caitlin Petry Cascino '12, well understood the profound impact of scholarships on students' lives. She and her husband, Jordan, a 2011 M.A. alumnus of Seton Hall, are proud to be able to fund The Caitlin P. '12 and Jordan Cascino Annual Scholarship to enable deserving students to obtain a legal education. Read More

Alumnus Honors Her "Trailblazer" Father with Gift to Law School

Honorable Mac D. Hunter

Kimberly Hunter Turner '90 sums up her father's legacy by one word — trailblazer. She's certainly right about that: the Honorable Mac D. Hunter '63 was only the second African American to graduate from Seton Hall Law, and he blazed trails throughout a remarkable legal career, now commemorated by a gift to the Annual Fund. Read More