Sunday, January 12, 2014

MLAW – The Undergraduate Law Programs at University of Maryland

MLAW – The Undergraduate Law Programs at University of Maryland

The New MLAW Programs will launch in Fall 2014 with the support of M-Power. MLAW Programs are designed for undergraduate students from across campus who are interested in issues pertaining to law, justice and society.  The programs are interdisciplinary, experiential, and consist of courses and experiences taught by faculty from the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, College of Arts and Humanities, and the University of Maryland Carey School of Law.

The Law and Society Minor offers upper-level students advanced interdisciplinary coursework and experiential learning opportunities. Current Maryland students (from any major) who wish to apply to the Law and Society Minor for Fall 2014 should visit the application website right away.  The application deadline for Fall 2014 is February 10, 2014. Please email questions to lawandsociety@umd.edu.

The College Park Scholars Justice and Legal Thought Program offers first and second year students a unique living-learning opportunity early in their undergraduate careers. New freshman applicants to the University for Fall 2014 are currently under review for College Park Scholars.

Students who are interested in law school should also visit the University of Maryland Pre-Law Advising Office and watch for announcements of Spring 2014 events.

For more information, please visit the MLAW website or email MLAWPrograms@umd.edu.