Seton Hall Law School

Rank 73 (USNWR 2022)
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  • Seton Hall Law School
  • Seton Hall University

Seton Hall Law School is a law school located in Newark, New Jersey. The school was ranked 73 in 2022 by USNWR. Annual enrollment for Seton Hall Law School is approximately 354.

Admissions website: https://law.shu.edu/admissions/index.cfm

Admissions email: admitme@shu.edu

Admissions phone: 973-642-8747

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Seton Hall Law School Key Statistics

Previous year ABA 509 data
Percentiles 25 50 75
LSAT 157 160 162
GPA 3.31 3.58 3.75
Miscellaneous Count Percentile
# Applications 2256 67
# Admissions offers 1030 -
Class size 354 90
% Accepted 45.7% 42
% Yield 34.0% 63

During the 2022 application cycle, 2,256 people applied and 1,030 were offered admission.

Seton Hall University has a 1L class size of 354, and yield of 33.98%. 350 out of 1,030 applicants who were offered admission accepted, meaning that 33.98% of the people who were offered admission ended up attending the school.

The 1L class at Seton Hall University has a median LSAT of 160. The 25th percentile LSAT is 157 and the 75th percentile LSAT is 162.

The median GPA is 3.58. The 25th percentile GPA is 3.31 and the 75th percentile GPA is 3.75.

Seton Hall Law School LSAT & GPA graph for 2021-2022

LSD has stats for 179 applicants for the 2021-2022 application cycle.

The graphs show applicant results plotted against GPA and LSAT. The dotted lines on the graphs represent the 25/50/75th percentiles reported by the school in their ABA 509 report from the previous year.

Each data point represents an LSD user that shared their application results for the benefit of future applicants.

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25th, 50th, 75th refer to percentiles from last year's admitted class

How much does Seton Hall Law School cost per year?

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Cost of attending Seton Hall Law School

In 2022, tuition was $60,152 and the annual cost of attending was $82,830 (tuition plus living expenses).

Cost of Attendance (CoA) is the estimated total amount you will have to spend every year to go to school. Unlike tuition, CoA includes expenses like rent, food, and insurance.

Seton Hall Law School employment outcomes

JD graduates from Seton Hall University make $142,000 (median) upon graduation if they work in the private sector. If they go into the private sector, a grad can expect to make $51,574.

31.6% of law graduates from Seton Hall University go directly to work for law firms, while 55.7% clerk for a judge. 0.6% of graduates go into public interest.

81.6% of Seton Hall University graduates pass the bar on their first try.

Some interesting facts about Seton Hall Law School

Seton Hall Law supports each student in finding her unique professional path, and then works to ensure that the student graduates into employment that will achieve his aspirations. Seton Hall Law faculty and administration seek lifetime engagement, enabling and empowering graduates to achieve their professional goals, recognizing the limitless opportunities a Seton Hall Law degree offers. The loyalty of the Seton Hall graduate is uncommonly strong and speaks volumes about who we are.

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@SlimNimbleHound: Thank you for your response. Can I ask what kind of scholarship they've offered you?
@Whataremychances: I haven't heard anything back about a scholarship yet
Got it. Please share if you feel comfortable when you hear. I am not loving this waiting game and only completed my app last week so probably won't hear back for a while.
@Whataremychances: Just got my scholarship info, 58,000/year Trustees conditional scholarship
Pretty much free tuition lol
Nice I was able to renegotiate mine to a nice jump but I need just slightly more to attend so fingers crossed . If they’re able to do it, I’ll accept
@Journey37: Good luck!
@EducationandHardwork: So happy for you! I just got accepted by email yesterday. How long does it take to get the scholarship email?
@Whataremychances: about a week or 2
Yeah I'll be going barring an increase in my June score or an A from Iowa or Ohio State
I just got a conditional scholarship offer of 30k a year, which it still way too much for me to pay. I'm super disappointed as I thought it would be a lot higher.
Seriously wondering if I should take the June LSAT and improve my score a bit. Wonder if that would help.
What is your current LSAT @whataremychances
Lsat is 160, GPA is 4.22
I know I can do much better than 160 as I did in PT's. But anxiety got the best of me on the day.
I got an offer of $30,000 a year, but I was able to negotiate and got it up to $35,000 a year.
I only had a 157 LSAT and a 3.85 GPA, with your stats and if you another offer I would try and negotiate if you can. Every little bit helps.
@Whataremychances: Reach out to the dean of admissions and ask for a scholarship appeal form. I did and got way more money. You've got this!
@EducationandHardwork: Thank you, I will! Did you include anything you think was especially helpful in your scholarship negotiation form? I'm still waiting on my scholarship amounts from two other schools that I've been accepted to.
@Whataremychances: I submitted some personal financial info
I am still waiting on Drexel and have no other offers. I wonder if I would be able to get a higher scholarship by just asking and updating my resume a bit as I started an internship. I got offered 25k a year with a 158/3.66
@Javabrunn: I was wondering how long it took for you in-between getting WL and being accepted here? I'm in the same situation. Was WL on the 17th, received my WL form on the 22nd and now just a waiting game. 3.9 and 154
@EducationandHardwork: I've been negotiating my scholarship this past week. They are now offering me $105,000 (instead of 90k) total and I still can't afford that.
I wonder how many times I can negotiate a better deal with them. Did you only need to renegotiate once or go back and forth a few times?
i'm really hoping i can improve my LSAT in June and try to get more money. I'm looking at 160k rn for it. love the school but i know i can get a 160+ so hopefully I can get more money
I'm going to ASD and I'm planning on asking if I can score higher if I can get another increase in scholarship
I negotiated from 90-135-150 which I’m grateful for but I still feel screwed because first year is 66 and expected to climb almost 5% the following year and I’m sure the following plus interest rates . Ugh I wanna rip my hair out
I felt so close and now yet so far
I don’t feel like I can ask again at this point