To offer UMCP students early exposure to ideas, mentors and professional opportunities in law not normally available to undergraduates.
More than 900 UMCP students have been positively impacted by this innovative and intensive legal studies program. Though not solely for pre-law students, it does provide a pipeline for professional training. It reaches a wide range of students in 10 UMCP schools and colleges, including those interested in law enforcement and national security.
Faculty from the UMCP College of Behavioral and Social Sciences and the College of Arts and Humanities, as well as the Carey School of Law (including the dean) teach a variety of subjects such as immigration and crime, environmental law and justice, gender in the legal profession, and families and communities. It offers a minor, and a living-learning program.
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