Celebration of UMass Law Justice Bridge incubator expansion from Boston to New Bedford takes place December 7
University and SouthCoast legal community come together in recognition of law incubator’s success made possible by a three-year $225,000 grant from the Bristol County Savings Bank
Tweets of the Month: October
Championships, breaking new ground, and meeting future Corsairs are just some of our favorite tweets from the UMassD community this month.
UMass Law signs 3+3 articulation agreement with Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
Undergraduates at MCLA can substitute first year at the Law School for their senior year at the College, earning Bachelor’s degree and Juris Doctor degree in six years
UMass Law to welcome U.S. Ambassador to Portugal
Ambassador Sherman will discuss his journey from law school graduate to Ambassador to Portugal tomorrow Monday, October 26, at noon at the law school’s Moot Court Room
UMass Law Open House to take place October 24
Law school will welcome prospective students on October 24 at 10 a.m.
UMass Law welcomes founder of charity helping children caught in the crossfire
Children in Crossfire founder Richard Moore to speak on international public interest work October 14
Q&A on Pope Francis’ visit to the Little Sisters of the Poor and the Supreme Court case surrounding it
UMass Law Professor Dwight Duncan discusses the impact of Francis’ visit and if any past cases offer predictive value in how the Supreme Court will address this issue under the new healthcare law.
UMass Law Visits the American Museum of Tort Law
Several members of the UMass Law community traveled to Winstead, Connecticut to attend the convocation of the American Museum of Tort Law.
Director of Massachusetts Veterans Court Program and UMass Law Alumnus Edward Callahan to speak at law school September 21
Attorney Edward Callahan ’13 returns to UMass Law to speak with students on experience as inaugural director of veterans court program
UMass Law professors to speak on hot button Supreme Court decisions
UMass Law faculty members will discuss three Supreme Court cases from the most recent term