Seton Hall’s law school, like many others, has a program that helps graduates who go into public service jobs to repay their student loans, but unlike a lot of others, it’s not open to prosecutors.

Two members of the class of 2007, now assistant Essex County, N.J., prosecutors, are trying to change that. Shlomo Singer and Sarah Jolly are rallying support from fellow prosecutors and Seton Hall law alumni around the state and elsewhere.

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