Seton Hall Law School
Angela Carmella is a Professor of Law at Seton Hall University School of Law and the James B. and Anita L. Ventantonio Board of Visitors Research Scholar. She teaches and writes in the fields of Religion and the First Amendment, Property and Religious Land Use, and Catholic Social Teachings. She has been a visiting scholar at Harvard Divinity School and an active colleague of Seton Hall’s Center for Religious Non-Profits. She co-edited Christian Perspectives on Legal Thought with Michael McConnell and Robert Cochran. This spring she will deliver the Donald C. Clark, Jr., Law and Religion Lecture at Rutgers University.