At the moment I am considering between Seton Hall and Penn State. Seton gave me a better scholarship than Penn State. However, I have read through some of the blogs and several people have had bad things to say about Seton Hall, its professors and job prospects after graduation. I have yet to see the same with Penn State. Can anyone elaborate further. I know Seton Hall has a great Healthcare Law program (Which is one of my interests besides Corporate Law) and thats pretty much it. As for Penn State they have an excellent program in Dispute Resolution. I am confused as to whether or not the Healthcare law program is overrated. Would it be a mistake to chose Penn State over Seton Hall?
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