UMass Law professor honored for her work with detained immigrants on the U.S.-Mexico border
Students and staff praise the selection of one of their own and describe him as “inspiring” and “compassionate”
UMass Law 3L is one of first interns at Juvenile Defenders Dismantling Racism
UMass Law Public Interest Law Fellow drives to DC to pay her respects to former Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
UMass Law students received summer stipends to support work in judge’s chambers, government offices, and nonprofit organizations
Firsthand legal experience gained while counseling business clients during pandemic
Led by groundbreaking Washington State Supreme Court Justice G. Helen Whitener, 1Ls take the Lawyer’s Oath virtually
As president of the student chapter at UMass Law, Barr raises awareness of animal rights
Recipient of UMass Law Public Interest Law Fellowship and Thurgood Marshall Award for Social Justice
UMass Law’s newest Rappaport Fellow will intern at the Massachusetts Dept. of Higher Education this summer
UMass Law students gathered at the State House for the 2020 Walk to the Hill for Civil Legal Aid.
2019 was a year of many accomplishments for our students, faculty, and staff.
Professor Dwight Duncan was quoted by Mass. Lawyers Weekly on the DeWeese-Boyd v. Gordon College case.
Professor Rice was quoted by the Boston Globe on Supreme Court Justice Alito’s keynote remarks to the Federalist Society Annual Convention. Professor Rice discussed the historical composition of the Court and the ethical implications and public perceptions of a justice making public comment on political issues.
Graduates strongly exceed minimum ABA requirement that is considered one of the best measures of the quality of a law school's legal education
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