2022 Summer Law Classes Showcase Diverse Content
Law students and attorneys can expand their legal knowledge this summer with online classes or on-campus classes. Courses in Federal Indian law, environmental law, animal law, criminal law, administrative law and more are scheduled. Registration is available now for the two sessions, beginning May 31 and July 6, respectively.
Designed for convenience and to support multiple learning styles, the courses showcase diverse legal content to help refine Legal Research skills, gather Evidence knowledge, dive into Aquatic Animal Law, explore Alaska Natives and American Law and more. Legal experts join current law professors to lead the courses.
Typically smaller classes with curated readings, discussions, and a solid exploration of the subject material, the summer sessions are a great time to explore interesting topics. Hands-on experience is also available, whether at the Small Business Legal Clinic, the Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic, or an externship placement.
Courses are open to law students, lawyers, and college graduates interested in law; housing is available on-campus or in nearby neighborhoods. Click here to learn more about the Summer Law program, or click here to view the currently-scheduled course offerings.
Note: All Summer 2022 class information is subject to change. It is possible that an “in-person required” class may be canceled if the future public health situation does not allow it to be offered in person.