Faculty-led specialty programs allow faculty and students to interact with distinguished leaders who influence disciplines, society, the nation, and the world.
Program activities include lectures, guest speakers, conferences, and symposiums, and offer enhanced learning opportunities to prepare students for the evolving legal market. These are not majors or concentrations in the traditional sense but faculty-led areas of academic interest and strength within the College of Law.
The College’s specialty programs include:
Comparative Criminal Procedure and Policing
Comparative Labor and Employment Law & Policy
Constitutional Theory, History, and Law
Corporate Law Program
Criminal Law and Procedure
Family Law and Policy
Epstein Health Law and Policy
Intellectual Property and Technology Law
Law, Behavior, and Social Science
Law and Philosophy