Administrative & academic responsibilities
Seth works in Academic Resources under Director Anne Folino. His responsibilities include teaching a section of the foundation "One-L" class, managing the resources of the Legal Writing Center and working with students one-on-one to develop essential skills and strategies for academic success.
Seth came to UMass Law after serving for nearly three years as an assistant district attorney in Bristol County (Massachusetts). Seth first felt drawn to legal education during his time as a prosecutor, presenting cases and trying to explain essential legal concepts to juries at trial. Later he began training and mentoring new assistant district attorneys working with them to develop strong trial skills and principled, thoughtful approaches to prosecuting crime.
Seth earned his J.D. from Roger Williams University School of Law after serving for eight years as an Army officer in the Corps of Engineers, and four years working with students and student groups at Brown University in the Office of Alumni Relations and the Swearer Center for Public Service.