Sejal Singh, Esq.

Assistant Professor
Criminal Justice, Legal Studies and Homeland Security
Sejal Singh is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Criminal Justice, Legal Studies & Homeland Security. Sejal previously worked at St. John’s University School of Law where she was an Assistant Director of Career Development and an Adjunct Professor. Prior to St. John’s, Sejal was an Assistant Deputy Public Defender for the New Jersey Office of the Public Defender where she gained substantial litigation experience by representing children in termination of parental rights trials, kinship legal guardianship hearings, and mediations. She also served as a law clerk for the Honorable Joseph L. Foster of the Ocean County Superior Court. Sejal received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Rutgers College and her Juris Doctor from Brooklyn Law School

Teaching Interests

Legal Ethics Family Law Criminal Law

Research Interests

Ethics Criminal Justice

Courses Taught

ALSK
2075
LAWYERING
LES
1015
LEGAL ETHICS
LES
1020
EMPLOYMENT LAW & PRACTICE
LES
1100
INTRO TO LEGAL STUDIES
LES
1101
LEGAL RESEARCH & WRITING I