“Personal attention in classes ranging from Constitutional Liberties to History of Rock ‘N’ Roll helped me find something I’m truly passionate about and really pushed me. Ramapo gave me direction in my future career search and connected me with some great people whom I hope to work with again one day.” – Kyle Alan Ulscht ’11 graduated from Seton Hall University of Law in May 2014 and is now admitted to practice in New Jersey. Kyle also passed the New York bar and will be soon admitted to practice in New York. While at Ramapo, he held an externship with the NJ Institute for Social Justice. He is currently a judicial law clerk in a one-year position with the family division of the Somerset County Court system. Kyle assists multiple judges in writing opinions on child support, child custody, alimony, enforcement of marital contracts, and other marital issues.