The Law School's strong curricula offering allows students to focus their legal study in specific areas and receive a concentration notation on their final official Law School transcript.
Although each concentration has its own requirements, the student must complete eleven (11) to fifteen (15) credits of course work, earn a minimum grade point average in the selected courses, and prepare a major paper on a topic related to the area. Additional information may be found in the Manual of Policies and Procedures. Students should feel free to discuss questions and interest with the Associate Dean.
Before beginning a concentration, you must submit an Expression of Interest Form.
The following Concentrations are approved for students who were enrolled prior to Fall 2016:
Children and Family Law
Children and Family Law Concentration Worksheet (PDF)
Civil Litigation Concentration Worksheet (PDF)
Criminal Litigation Concentration Worksheet (PDF)
Dispute Resolution Concentration Worksheet (PDF)
Environmental and Energy Law
Environmental and Energy Law Concentration Worksheet (PDF)
Governmental Affairs Concentration Worksheet (PDF)
Labor and Employment
Labor and Employment Concentration Worksheet (PDF)
Publicly Held Companies and/or Small Business Entities
Publicly Held Companies and Small Business Concentration Worksheet (PDF)
The following concentrations have been approved as of Fall 2016 and are available to ALL students:
Children & Family Law
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