At UMass Law, student life is centered around developing a professional identity as you grow in knowledge of the law.
The sense of community is strong. Study groups begin to form. Professors become advisors, mentors, and guides. Student organizations enhance your interests and aspirations.
The opportunities to gain practical experience are wide-ranging: clinics, field placements, pro bono work, and the legal skills program.
The commitment to justice is real. UMass Law prepares lawyers ready to pursue justice through research, practice, public service, professional partnerships, advocacy for legal access, and contributions to social and economic development.
Mission statement of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee
The UMass Law Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee exists to create a diverse student body, faculty, and staff while also cultivating difference of thought, ideas, and experiences. Our mission is to provide a supportive environment that fosters collaboration, celebration, and respect for individualism and differences. We strive to educate the UMass Law community on issues of equity, inclusion, and diversity. By empowering our students, UMass Law prepares future professionals to lead by example, take a dynamic and intentional approach to build a more diverse community, and bring about positive outcomes and systematic changes.
Student Life Links
UMass Law's response in addition to UMass Dartmouth's response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the fall's reopening.
UMass Law follows its own academic calendar, different from UMass Dartmouth's calendar.
The Academic Resources department provides instruction, guidance, and encouragement as students confront the rigors of the study of law.
Learn more about registration and qualifications for admission to the bar.
Important dates and details: the application to graduate, checklist for graduates, caps and gowns, and more.
It is important for students to learn how to become advocates for their own needs. Our duty is to treat those requests with dignity and respect.
Information about exams with ExamSoft.
The LEC handles class registration, transcript requests, and student record-keeping.
Welcome! Orientation introduces you to the fundamental skills you need as you begin your legal education.
Details about parking decals and transportation from the main campus.
These fellowships prepare students for careers in public service.
Looking for a web page? Check the quick links list.
UMass Law students are responsible for being thoroughly familiar with the Student Handbook.
Advance skills, explore issues, and promote understanding through participation in UMass Law's student organizations.
Senior law students: explore your eligibility to appear in civil and criminal proceedings on behalf of the Commonwealth or indigent parties.
As members of the UMass Dartmouth community, UMass Law students are welcome to access services and facilities at the main campus.