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
UMass Law bar pass rate surpasses three private Massachusetts law schools
At Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce meeting, Dean Eric Mitnick cites exam scores, expanded partnerships with Massachusetts colleges, 100,000 hours of service to the community
UMass Law increases Commonwealth Fellows Scholarship
The scholarship provides additional financial support to Massachusetts students.
Eric Mitnick named Dean of UMass Law
UMass Dartmouth-based school of law earned national accreditation and multiple recognitions for excellence and service since 2016
UMass Law students exceed 100,000 hours of community service
Since the establishment of the Commonwealth's first public law school in 2010, its students have contributed nearly $3 million of pro bono legal services and other assistance to community organizations
UMass Law receives Massachusetts Bar Association's Public Service Award
UMass Law received the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Public Service Award at the MBA’s House of Delegates meeting on May 18.
Q & A with Dean Eric Mitnick
As part of the Oklahoma Legal Group's series on law school deans, Dean Eric Mitnick described his views on the changing landscape of legal education and practice.
Southern Poverty Law Center founder Morris Dees urges UMass Law graduates to defend the rule of law over the “rule of the mob”
49 Juris Doctor degrees awarded to Class of 2017 that performed more than 7,000 hours of pro bono and other law-related service to the community.