One year after announcing a JD/MD degree, the University of Toledo is adding certificate in health law.
The University of Oregon School of Law hopes that its new Public Law and Policy program will help students channel their passion for public service into lifelong careers.
Boston University will begin offering a six-year MD and JD program this fall, making it only the second university in New England to do so.
Eugene, Oregon is home to Nike and the University of Oregon Ducks football team. Now the college town will have its own sports law institute.
Cleveland State University’s Cleveland-Marshall College of Law opened a solo practice incubator in early February, the first law school-based incubator in Ohio, and one of appro
Loyola University Chicago’s School of Law is offering the first-ever online summer program in health law to JD students in 2014.
Thomas M. Cooley Law School is continuing the three-year rollout for its Tampa Bay campus, which opened in May 2012.
Campbell Law School launched a new mentorship program, making it the fist institution among the seven North Carolina law schools to designate a full-time staff member solely to
Elon University School of Law has established a Small Business & Entrepreneurship Clinic, an In-House Counsel Externship Program and a Semester-in-Practice Externship Progra
Vermont Law School is working with University of Vermont to offer an accelerated MBA and J.D. joint degree. The program will allow students to graduate with both degrees in three years instead of the normal five. The program is designed to train future leaders in both business and law to create profitable and sustainable business opportunities and social enterprises. “I am thrilled and delighted that Vermont Law School faculty and students will soon be an important part of the Sustainable Entrepreneurship MBA,” said Sanjay Sharma, dean of the School of Business Administration. “Vermont Law School is the top-ranked environmental law program in the nation and will make an important contribution to our curriculum.” Under the collaboration, Vermont Law faculty will participate each academic year as visiting faculty in the accelerated MBA program. Students who graduate from either the accelerated MBA program or any of Vermont Law School’s degree programs will be guaranteed admission to the other program, provided they meet certain entrance requirements. The program is also open to foreign lawyers. The collaboration is part of a larger effort between University of Vermont and Vermont Law to create concentrated combined degree programs that benefit students. Earlier this year, the two institutions announced an initiative to develop a “3-2” program that will allow students to earn an undergraduate and law degree in five years.