School of Law alumni putting degrees into action
Three recent law graduates to return to campus to discuss how they are utilizing their JDs at the Massachusetts State House
UMass Law welcomes two distinguished judges this March
Superior Court Judge Rafi Yessayan and former U.S. Federal Justice Ted Harrington to speak with law faculty and students this coming month
Bethany Berube's field placement with a civil law firm provided experience with state & federal court systems
Her "externship" was an opportunity to observe the application of ethical rules in a lawyer's daily work.
Q&A on the legacy of Justice Antonin Scalia
UMass Law professors Richard Peltz-Steele and Dwight Duncan offer their reaction to the passing of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia
Faculty reaction to passing of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia
Law and Political Science faculty offer their reaction to the passing of Justice Scalia
UMass Law News Roundup
Keep up with UMass Law in the news.
National doctoral research status of UMass Dartmouth finalized
New Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education released today; UMass Dartmouth only south-of-Boston doctoral research university in Massachusetts
UMass Law students advocate for increased civil legal aid at 17th annual Walk to the Hill
Law students join Massachusetts legal community in one of largest advocacy events on Beacon Hill
Dwight Duncan Talks with the New Boston Post About Religious Liberty
Dwight Duncan talks with the New Boston Post about religious liberty in response to a recent court decision regarding Fontbonne Academy's standing as a religious institution.
Hillary B. Farber: Let's make it easy to be responsible with drones
UMass Law professor Hillary B. Farber's editorial "Let's make it easy to be responsible with drones" was featured recently in the Providence Journal.