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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...

UMass Mock Trial Team 2011-2012

Interested in joining the successful and competitive UMass Mock Trial Team?  The first meeting will be held Wednesday, September 7th at 7:00pm Room 125, SOM Food will be served! All interested students are welcome to attend.

Interesting perspective on internships

From today’s New York Times:May 30, 2006Op-Ed ContributorTake This Internship and Shove ItBy ANYA KAMENETZMY younger sister has just arrived in New Orleans for the summer after her freshman year at Yale. She will be consuming daily snowballs, the local icy treat, to ward off the heat, volunteering to...

Free Money—SBS Scholarships

The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences has some $60,000 burning a hole in its collective pocket.  The fine people in the Dean’s Office are looking to give this money away to eligible students in SBS. For more info, visit the SBS Undergraduate Scholarship page or attend the Scholarship Workshop...

New advising resource for Political Science & Legal Studies

Check out the new advising blog for majors in Political Science and Legal Studies.  Check in often to keep up to date on happenings in the Department and majors.  The blog will also be chock full of info of interest to people who care about politics, policy and law.  Look...

Combating Violence with Law—UMass Lawyer-Alumni event

Combating Violence with Law— A Talk with UMass Alumni Attorney Sharon Stapel Friday, April 3rd at 1:00 pm 620 Thompson Sharon Stapel (Psych ‘91, CUNY Law ‘98) has spent her 20-year career working to end violence against women and members of the LGBT community.  During and after college, she was a dedicated advocate...

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