Seton Hall University revealed Wednesday that nearly $1 million has been misappropriated by a group of Seton Hall Law employees over several years, though it appears the departure of Law Dean Kathleen Boozang is unrelated.

The independent review, which is now complete and closes the formal analysis of the school’s finances, uncovered the improper activities connected with these individuals, according to a letter signed Wednesday by Kevin H. Marino, chair of the Board of Regents, and Joseph E. Nyre, president of Seton Hall University.

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