Seton Hall Law Strong - Day of Caring

This campaign ended on April 22, 2020, but you can still make a gift to Seton Hall University by clicking here!

Although the Day of Caring has concluded, you can still support 
law students in need with immediate relief at:

Thank you! 

It is your engagement and steadfast loyalty that keeps #SetonHallLawStrong.

In this unprecedented time, Seton Hall Law is transitioning its focus from a Day of Giving to immediate relief efforts for law students and those about to take the bar through a special Seton Hall Law Day of Caring

Your generosity during these difficult and uncertain times epitomize why Seton Hall Law is special.  We are grateful for the support and compassion you have shown to the many students and imminent graduates who have encountered crises over these last weeks.

The Day of Caring on April 21-22 seeks to support students experiencing hardships during this public health crisis, and aid those graduates who will be preparing for the bar exam while they pursue employment opportunities.

  • Dean's Emergency Assistance Fund - For some law students, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought unexpected crises - health, housing, food insecurity and lost wages. The Dean's Emergency Assistance Fund will provide assistance to students most impacted by the virus and its attendant economic impact. 
  • Fund for Seton Hall Law - Gifts to the Fund for Seton Hall Law provide vital institutional support at a time we need it the most. Supporting this fund will help ensure the continued financial strength of Seton Hall Law. 
  • Bar Prep Assistance Fund – Leaving Seton Hall Law will be particularly challenging for graduates uncertain of when the bar will actually occur, especially for those who have not yet secured employment.  Parents face the additional challenge of seeking employment while home-schooling their children.  Further, graduation brings with it the loss of health insurance for many of our students.   Contributions dedicated to the Bar Prep Assistance Fund will make all the difference to these members of the Class of 2020. 

A gift of any size can make a tremendous difference. While this is a time of uncertainty, we are confident that our Seton Hall Law family will rise to the occasion. We know that together we will get through this and emerge even stronger. Thank you. 



US Donor Map

Designation Leaderboard

Law Dean's Emergency Assistance Fund 232$128,986
Fund For Seton Hall Law 21$9,358
Bar Prep Assistance Fund 18$4,738

Class Leaderboard

The Class Leaderboard reflects giving from Law School Alumni
1974 4$17,200
1972 4$15,700
1998 6$6,800
1999 5$5,750
1989 8$5,500
1988 6$5,000
1993 6$4,800
1990 3$4,550
2005 3$3,650
2000 9$3,475
1979 5$2,775
1992 6$2,700
1986 4$2,300
1997 7$2,200
1991 5$2,200
1995 4$2,100
2009 8$1,850
2010 10$1,750
1976 4$1,650
2011 4$1,400
2014 6$1,295
1994 8$1,150
2001 7$1,140
2004 2$1,100
1975 1$1,000
1952 1$1,000
1981 4$1,000
2008 4$900
2019 7$751
2017 3$590
1967 2$575
1984 2$510
1977 1$500
1971 1$500
1969 1$500
2007 7$500
2002 3$450
1982 3$400
2012 5$400
1980 4$400
2003 4$350
1996 4$300
2020 1$250
1973 1$250
1983 2$225
1978 2$220
2013 3$204
1970 2$200
1985 2$200
2015 3$200
2018 2$170
1987 2$150
2016 3$105
1959 1$100
2006 1$50
2021 2$50

Donor affiliations

12% Faculty/Staff

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5% Friends

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84% Law School Alumni

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Donor list

Jayne M. Ross
Christine A. Gaddis
Cara Foerst
Glenn Cavanaugh
William I.Strasser
Aaron S Fischer
Nancy Washington
Stephanie E. Bilinski
Jeffrey Mongiello
Rachel Mongiello
Mary E Kaslick
Hon. Thomas Considine
Thomas Wester
sharon carone
Tyler A. Sims
Brian D Lee
Carmen J. DiMaria
Patrick Reilly III
Kevin McDonough
Natasha Songonuga
Kibler Fowler & Cave LLP
Margaret K. Lewis
Lisa K. Minichini
ian, scheinmann
Henry Greenberg
Ashley Turner
Sanjay Ibrahim
Chet Ostrowski
Gerard R. Novak
Timothy M Donohue
Erik D. Garza
Benita J. Rohm
Elizabeth Lautenbach
Jeremy Cooley
Patrick W McGinley
cindy Ball Wilson
John Shahdanian II

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