President Bush’s latest nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court
has taught at Seton Hall University School of Law for
several years, judged several Moot Court competitions and is
a long-time associate of several Law School professors.
Samuel A. Alito began serving as an adjunct professor at the
Law School in 1999, teaching Constitutional Law I during the
fall semester. In the spring of 2000, he taught
Constitutional Law II. In both the spring of 2003 and 2004,
he taught a course on Terrorism and Civil Liberties, which
he developed. That course examined constitutional and other
legal questions presented by antiterrorism measures adopted
by the U.S.
In 1995, Judge Alito was presented with the Law School’s
Saint Thomas More Medal in recognition of his outstanding
contributions to the field of law.
“Judge Alito is a man of outstanding character and
qualifications whom we are proud to see nominated for this
position,” said Dean Patrick E. Hobbs upon learning of the