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Students in graduation regalia sitting at ceremony
UMass Law Class of 2024 graduates ready to pursue justice

Students urged to use their skills to champion the rule of law

Prof. Shaun Spencer
Spencer Secures “Win for Women” at Supreme Judicial Court

UMass Law Associate Dean Shaun Spencer secured a Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court decision preserving an alimony award that reflected the pattern of savings that the parties followed during their marriage.

3+3 partnership
UMass Law and Dean College partner to offer an accelerated law degree program

Agreement will enable Dean College students to earn an undergraduate and law degree in six years instead of seven

Owens and Tabor Represent UMass Law at Northeastern Conference

UMass Law professors Lisa Owens and AnnaMarie Tabor present at Northeastern University

Law Review E-Board
UMass Law Review hosts symposium on “Social Equity in the Cannabis Industry”

Students learn about a new area of law from speakers and panelists representing industry, law, and government

2024 preLaw magazine
UMass Law repeats strong practical training ranking by preLaw magazine

A- ranking places law school 2nd in MA and 3rd in New England for "Best Schools for Practical Training" for 2024

Father, two sons, and daughter standing together
Jonathan Goldman, JD '21 wins U.S. Supreme Court case in unanimous decision

Justices rule in favor of choice of law in maritime insurance case

New UMass Law faculty fall 2024
Contracts and criminal law professors to join UMass Law faculty in fall 2024

They will teach in the areas of consumer protection and criminal law and procedure

Chancellor Mark Fuller, Dean Sam Panarella, Amb. Robert Sherman, and
Atty. and former U.S. Ambassador to Portugal Robert Sherman visits UMass Law

In speaking with law students, Sherman advocates for the value of a legal education

Some members of the UMass Law team
UMass Law students champion funding for civil legal aid

Students and faculty participate in "Walk to the Hill" for the 8th consecutive year

Geoffrey McDonald
McDonald Interviewed on the Purdue Pharma Bankruptcy Case

Professor McDonald was interviewed on the Purdue Pharma bankruptcy case, which brings attention to the opioid epidemic.

JD/MPP '24 and '25
UMass Law students publish and present their research in law journals and at an international conference

Students probe current topics of interest while working with faculty advisors

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