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Best majors for law school? All of them

You’ve probably already heard me say (or you’ve read on this website) that there’s no magic major to get into law school.  The fact that I get to say, “study what you love!” over and over again is one of the best parts of my job....

Why should you go to the Majors Fair?

Imagine for a minute that you’re an underclassman and you’re thinking about possibly going to law school at some point in the future. A stretch, perhaps, but I think you can do it. Now imagine that you’re not really enjoying (or doing well in) your current major,...

Lawyer-alum profile: Richard Sugarman (Political Science ‘92, GW Law ‘00)

Richard A. Sugarman Assistant General Counsel Boston Medical Center What’s your current position and primary practice field(s)? I am currently an Assistant General Counsel at Boston Medical Center (“BMC”).  BMC is a large full-service hospital in Boston’s South End and affiliated with Boston University School of...

Career Talk: Intellectual Property and Patent Law

On Thursday, March 31st, we will host UMass alumni attorneys Nicholas Triano and Joshua Grey, who will speak about their careers in Patent and Intellectual Property Law. Attorney Triano graduated from UMass in 1983 with degrees in Biochemistry and Chemistry.  After several years as a bench chemist, he went on...

Law Career Talk: Intellectual Property and Patent Law

The following is a summary of a UMass lawyer-alumni career talk offered on March 31, 2005, sponsored by the UMass Pre-Law Advising Office.Panelists:Nicholas Triano, III, Mintz Levin, BostonBiochemistry and Chemistry, ‘83Suffolk Law, ‘91Joshua Grey, Bulkley Richardson & Gelinas, SpringfieldHistory, ‘97Northwestern Law, ‘01Q: How did you get into this area of...

Spring 2014 classes you may have overlooked

We’ve been asked to share information about a couple of classes that are relevant to students considering legal careers and that still have spots open for the Spring 2014 semester. The first is EDUC 202—Intergroup Dialogue: Imagine sitting in a circle with 15 other students talking about subjects you rarely get...

Lawyer-Alumni Networking Event - Thursday, Oct. 22nd

This coming Thursday, you’ll have the opportunity to meet one-on-one with a number of UMass alumni who are currently practicing attorneys in a variety of fields.  To maximize the opportunity for individual connections, we will use a “speed-networking” format. Small groups of students will meet with each alumnus/a...

Meet the Law: Alumni-lawyer networking event 4/13

Wednesday, April 13, 6:00 pm—8:00 pm Location: Cape Cod Lounge, Student Union This don’t-miss event features several successful alumni attorneys sharing their stories in a comfortable and fun small group “speed networking” format. Confirmed participants (so far—more to come!) include Sean Chen (Communication ‘03, Suffolk Law)—Attorney in small practice specializing...

The Lawyers of “Meet the Law” - Spring 2014

The lawyers are coming! The lawyers are coming!  It’s time again for our most popular networking event, Meet the Law.  Get to know lawyer-alums from a variety of fields in a low-key speed networking format.  This semester’s event is Wednesday, April 2, 2014, and you can register...

Law-related courses: Spring 2018

Just in time (barely) for Spring 2018 course registration, it’s our bi-annual list of law-related undergraduate courses being offered across the University. But first, some caveats: There is nothing you MUST do as an undergrad in order to prepare for law school – no required classes or majors, no magic extracurricular...

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