Friday, July 9, 2010

Expose Seton Hall's SecreTTTs

A business reporter from The Star-Ledger, New Jersey's largest newspaper, is looking for disgruntled NJ law school graduaTTTes for an upcoming article. Here is your chance to speak with a journalist looking to expose the law school scam in New Jersey. What do you have to lose, TTT Jersey grads?

Hi --

I'm a business reporter for The Star-Ledger (New Jersey's largest newspaper) and I'm looking into a story about disgruntled law school grads. I think it's a story that needs to be told -- about how aspiring young lawyers pay tons of money to go to school, only to come out the other end with few job prospects, if any.

Here in New Jersey, we've got a few law schools including Seton Hall University Law School, which has apparently sparked some resentment among grads (see

I'm guessing you'd prefer to remain anonymous (please let me know if you feel otherwise). But seeing as your blog as become such a hit, do you know of any New Jersey law school grads who might be willing to be featured in my story?

Any help you can give would be much appreciated.

Leslie Kwoh
Business Reporter
The Star-Ledger
(973) 392-4147
Twitter: @LedgerBiz


  1. Dean Hobbes: Hot damn! Law school admissions are up this year! We won again! This is good, but what is best in life?!

    Dean Matasar: The open road, a fast car, a chick on your dick, and the wind in your hair.

    Dean Hobbes: Wrong! Joan King! What is best in life?!

    Joan King: To crush your lemmings, see them enrolling before you, and to hear the lamentation of the graduates!

    Dean Hobbes: That is good! That is good.

  2. Hm. Well, hopefully this gets the attention it deserves. I don't think I can take another Holly Hobby notebook-quality student loan expose. There are very serious structural problems with all of post-secondary education, and while law school practices may encapsulate the problem, it is, to be sure, a far-reaching problem.

  3. SeTTon Hall is a true toilet. This has been chronicled by DOZENS of posters on various law school message boards, JDU, TtT and, of course, Big Debt Small Law. They are now charging more thn $45K for one year of tuition.

    $45,048 to be exact. And the job prospects are pathetic.

  4. My law school still has its 2008 graduates' employment numbers up on the site. No statistics publicized for 2009, and I wouldn't hold my breath for it to release the 2010 figures. So, not only are the actual numbers fraudulent, they're intentionally publicizing a misleading picture by using the statistics from before the recession really set in. If you think about it, those who would report their employment likely would have been hired in their second year, fall 2006, or at the latest, the first semester of their third year, fall 2007. Those were much different times.

  5. SEton Hall Law is a rotten TTTOILET

  6. I attended Seton Hall graduate school and would be more than happy to expose all truths leading up to my dismissal, $60,000 debt, no degree, and halt in academic career



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