The Office of General Counsel is responsible for safeguarding the University’s legal interests and managing all of its legal affairs. The office provides legal advice to the University’s governing boards, President, Executive Cabinet and deans, as well as faculty and administration on a multitude of legal issues. As Seton Hall’s in-house legal counsel, General Counsel retains and oversees outside legal counsel and functions as a liaison between outside counsel and members of the University.
The Office of General Counsel exists to further the Catholic educational mission of Seton Hall by serving as a legal resource and support to its officers and employees as they make business decisions and judgments on behalf of the University. The attorneys strive to provide timely and relevant legal advice in a clear, understandable and concise manner to assist members of the University community in forming servant leaders for a global society.
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