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.
Alicia Blanchard: 2018 UMass Law Commencement Speaker
Alicia Blanchard, JD candidate '18, plans to work in special education reform.
Q&A: Professor Dwight Duncan on the Supreme Court of the United States
Professor Dwight Duncan (Law) discusses the recent nominee to the Supreme Court and the Court itself.
UMass Law and Framingham State University create fast track for students interested in earning their law degree
3+3 Agreement allows students to earn bachelor’s degree and Law Degree in six years
Spencer Analyzes the Implications of Predictive Analytics and Surveillance Law
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Shaun Spencer published an article examining how the use of predictive surveillance to prevent terrorist and criminal activity could shape the development of Fourth Amendment law.