Seton Hall Law offers four joint degree programs, including a JD/MA in diplomacy and international relations and an MSJ/MD. The JD curriculum is pretty standard, and the grading curve is kept at a B- median. Most Seton Hall graduates practice in the tri-state area, concentrated in firms in New York City. But, as students report in Vault's surveys, the school's reputation in health law opens doors along the Northeastern corridor. While still in school, most Seton Hall Law students commute from New York City or Hoboken, as the school is only about a block away from Newark Penn Station. Nightlife in Newark is limited--and the city has its rough areas--so big social activities usually involve taking the train to another city.
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