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.
UMass Law bar pass rates continue to impress
Commonwealth’s public law school outperformed area private schools less than one year after receiving full ABA accreditation
Faculty highlights: Spring 2018
UMass Law faculty engage in scholarly research, national conferences, and legal discourse.
Kayla Venckauskas awarded Rappaport Fellowship
Kayla Venckauskas, JD candidate '19 is the fourth UMass Law student in four years to be awarded the prestigious fellowship.