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Just how many law grads become lawyers?

The primary purpose of law school is to train lawyers—that seems to make sense.  But recent data indicate that a surprising number of law school graduates do not end up practicing law straight out of school.  Prof. Brian Tamanaha, who writes frequently about legal education, portrays these...

The Future of Legal Education

Excellent, thought provoking article (PDF) from New York Law School Dean Richard Matasar in the New York State Bar Journal. Dean Matasar provides a concise account of the economics of legal education and legal employment currently and into the future.  I strongly recommend it for all who are weighing a...

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...

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...

Law-related courses for Fall 2018

Love the law? Awesome! UMass has a ton of law-related course offerings for Fall 2018. But remember: There is nothing you MUST do as an undergrad in order to prepare for law school – no required classes or majors, no magic extracurricular activities. Study what you love, pursue your passions, explore your...

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