Michael Dueñas, a third-year law student, grew up outside of Los Angeles. He was drawn to UMass Law for its affordability and commitment to public interest law, but as a son of Mexican immigrants, he wondered how he would fit in. What he found was a welcoming, diverse community. And he has been able to help the region's immigrant community through his work in the Immigration Law Clinic.
Michael Dueñas was drawn to UMass Law for its affordability and commitment to public interest law.
I had never been to the East Coast except for two days in Washington D.C., training for the Peace Corps. It was a big leap to come here, but it was the right choice.
Mary McBride: Editor-in-chief of the UMass Law Review
Near the top of her cohort, Mary McBride, JD candidate '18, has successfully balanced courses, internships, and leadership positions.
Q&A: Professor Shaun Spencer on the $560 Million Powerball Winner’s Request for Privacy
A Powerball winner has asked a New Hampshire judge to keep her identity private. The state argues that her name and address should be public under state law. UMass Law professor and privacy law scholar Shaun Spencer offers his perspective on the privacy issues that this case raises.
UMass Law holds week-long event celebrating social justice
Justice Week, beginning Feb. 12, at UMass Law features theme “Race, Rights, and Rebels".
UMass Law #3 in nation in public service employment of graduates
Mission of the Commonwealth’s only public law school drives ranking in recently released American Bar Association data