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Former Seton Hall Tax Prof And Dean Named Rutgers AD

Patrick E. Hobbs, Tax Professor and Former Seton Hall Law School Dean (and former Interim Athletic Director at Seton Hall), has been named Athletic Director at Rutgers. From his faculty page: He joined the Seton Hall Law faculty in 1990 with a specialty in tax law; he became Associate Dean...

Seton Hall holds off Georgia for 69-62 win

Whitehead's late flurry, Carrington's 20 points help Seton Hall hold off Georgia for 69-62 win        

Whitehead's 17 lead Seton Hall to 75-63 win

Whitehead scores 17 to give Seton Hall 5th place with 75-63 victory over Ole Miss        

Rodriguez scores 18 in Seton Hall's 67-59 win

Rodriguez's 18, Carrington's 14 give Seton Hall a 67-59 victory over Bradley        

Faust, Jones lead Long Beach State to 80-77 victory

Faust has 16, Hammonds 14 to lead Long Beach State to 80-77 victory over Seton Hall        

Viewing Picks for November 19, 2015

All Times Eastern College Basketball Men’s Charleston Classic, TD Arena, Charleston, SC Quarterfinals Mississippi vs. George Mason — ESPN3, noon Oklahoma State vs. Towson — ESPN3, 2:30 p.m. Long Beach State vs. Seton Hall — ESPNU, 7 p.m. Show More Summary


HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE, LEGAL EDUCATION EDITION: Law Schools Are Admitting More At-Risk Students. Related: After 58% Decline In Enrollment, Seton Hall Law School Adapts To New Market.

After 58% Decline In Enrollment, Seton Hall Law School Adapts To New Market, Law Schools Rebound From Years of Declining Enrollment: As fewer people enroll in law school, institutions across the country have been forced to adapt to a legal marketplace hurt by fewer jobs, outsourcing and the impact of the Internet. Seton Hall and Rutgers University law schools, like many of...

Seton Hall defeats Wagner 69-59 in coast-to-coast win

Whitehead scores 18 for 2nd straight game, leads wire-to-wire as Seton Hall beats Wagner 69-59        

Seton Hall’s Quest for the NCAA Tournament Begins With 84 – 67 Win Over Dartmouth

2 weeks agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

BY MATT CITAK For Seton Hall, last year was a tale of two teams. Through the first half of the season, the Pirates were 13-3, and a trip to the NCAA Tournament well within their sight. However the team went 3-12 to finish the season and failed to qualify for the Big Dance. Entering his […]

Braeden Anderson’s journey from academic ineligibility to law school

Braeden Anderson was ruled academically ineligible at Kansas. He's now in law school at Seton Hall, and still playing basketball.

Myles Powell Signs With Seton Hall

2 weeks agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

BY MATT CITAK Four-star recruit Myles Powell has signed a National Letter of Intent to play for Seton Hall beginning in the fall of 2016. Powell, who committed in September, is on the ESPN Top 100 list for Class of 2016 student-athletes, and is Seton Hall’s first commit for its 2016 recruiting class. Powell is […]

Seton Hall tries to forget turbulent basketball season

Kevin Willard and Seton Hall looking to bounce back from troubling basketball season        

Morning Docket: 11.05.15

Seton Hall Law Professor Michael Simkovic -- he of the million-dollar law degree study -- is back with a vengeance. Pay no attention to that law school scam op-ed in the New York Times; very few law school graduates are actually defaulting on their crushing loan debt. Show More Summary

Simkovic & Horwitz Debate The Significance Of Failing The Bar Exam

Michael Simkovic (Seton Hall), Failed the Bar Exam? Try Again: Noah Feldman recently argued that law schools are not helping students with low standardized test scores by denying those students the opportunity to attend law school simply because those students might find it challenging to pass the bar exam. According...

Seton Hall Hosts Potential ‘Fab Five’ on Visit

4 weeks agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

As we reported last week, Seton Hall is attempting to land a “Fab Five” of its own from the New Jersey area. The Pirates on Sunday hosted the Sports U Team Izod Class of 2018 quintet of Jahvon Quinerly, Luther Muhammad, Atiba Taylor, Louis King and Naz Reid. This picture of the group, with the […]

Derrick Gordon, First Openly Gay D1 Basketball Player, Ready to Go at Seton Hall

last monthLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Derrick Gordon, the first openly gay Division 1 basketball player who came out while at UMass, is now starting at Seton Hall where teammates have embraced him. The news is more positive as Seton Hall is a Catholic school with an anti-LGBT history. NJ… Read The post Derrick Gordon, First Openly Gay D1 Basketball Player, Ready to Go at Seton Hall appeared first on Towleroad.

College Update: Coffey already heating up for Seton Hall

Two-time All-Area Player of the Year among assist leaders in Big East; former teammate Develle also doing well.

Simkovic Responds To New York Times Editorial On The Law School Crisis

Michael Simkovic (Seton Hall), N.Y. Times Is Mistaken: Law Student Loans Are Safe and Profitable for the Government: If the [New York Times] Editorial Board's accusations were true—if the “majority of law schools” really were running "“a scam” in which they load down their students with “crushing amounts of debt”...

Naz Reid Wins Underclassmen MVP at Sharette Dixon, Talks Seton Hall ‘Fab Five’ Visit

last monthBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

NEW YORK — Of all the players in both the Underclassmen and Upperclassmen games at the Sharette Dixon Classic on Sunday night, Naz Reid may have the most upside of them all. A 6-foot-9 sophomore at Roselle (N.J.) Catholic ranked the No. 5 power forward in the Class of 2018 by, Reid has all […]

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