Sheyla Lors is a second-year student at UMass Law. She grew up in Brooklyn in a big Haitian family and wants a career in international human rights law, where she can fight human trafficking and child slavery. "I always said I'd never leave New York City, but I saw that the values of UMass Law matched my own."
Sheyla Lors is a second-year student at UMass Law wants a career in international human rights law.
UMass Law has given me a clear path to what I want to do for the rest of my life.
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.
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