Items tagged with "Law-related Classes"

There are 5 items tagged with "Law-related Classes".
Law-related courses: Spring 2017
UMass has a large number of courses that deal with law in some significant way. But how do you find them? Right here. I’ve gone through SPIRE to discover them so you don’t have to. Some important caveats: Enrolling in law-related classes is NOT a prerequisite for getting...
NSO 2016: Welcome to UMass!
Welcome incoming first-years and transfer students! If you’re already thinking about an eventual legal career, this post is for you. If you missed or can’t make one of the NSO Pre-Law info sessions (Mondays and Thursdays at 2:30 pm in the Suffolk Room), or you lost the printed handouts...
Law-related courses: Fall 2016
It’s Fall 2016 course registration time! Here are some law-related courses you might find interesting, as well as a bunch of caveats to keep in mind. First off: There is nothing you MUST do as an undergrad in order to prepare for law school – no required classes or majors, no...
New to UMass and interested in law?
So you just arrived on campus (welcome!) and you’re trying to figure out this pre-law thing.  Law school seems like a distinct possibility for your future, or you’re kind of thinking about a legal career, or you just always thought you’d be a lawyer.  What’...
Careers in Law Residential Academic Program (RAP)
If you are a freshman entering UMass in Fall 2011, you might want to consider the Careers in Law RAP.  Participants will take American Politics (PolSci 101) as well as a one-credit seminar led by your faithful Pre-Law Advisor.  For more information, click on the link above.  The seminar will focus on...