The Law School takes pride in its strong public interest law curriculum. Students can choose from an array of more than forty courses and seminars to broaden and deepen their knowledge of public interest law.
The courses cover a wide range of topics, including new areas of study such as Climate Change, Economic Development, and Human Rights. Other recently added areas of study include: Immigration and Work; Immigration Law: Advanced Problems; Housing Law, Policy and Finance; For-Profit/Nonprofit Boundary; Ideas of the First Amendment; and International Human Rights Advocacy.
The opportunity for dialogue between faculty and students intensifies in these specialized advanced courses, many of which are limited to a small number of students.