The Academic Engagement Program helps first year students figure out the best way to learn the law and to assist them in fulfilling their academic potential. Many factors affect student performance, and the Academic Engagement Program is here to identify and correct anything that works against law school success.
The Business Law Program is a student-centered program designed to expand student opportunities that strengthen knowledge of business law concepts as well as develop skills to assist professional development and readiness for practice. Its goal is to engage students, faculty, alumni, practitioners, and the broader community in an important dialogue on emerging business law issues.
The Criminal Justice Program is designed to facilitate critical thinking and scholarly engagement surrounding criminal justice systems in the United States. The program offers students interested in criminal justice an opportunity to engage in theoretical and practical dialogue about these issues to enhance their doctrinal classroom experiences.
The Health Law and Policy Program is designed to improve the delivery of health care in the United States by educating students, professionals and the public on the impact of health care law and policy. Its goal is to educate students on how health care laws and policies function and equip them with the tools they will need to have an impact on important health care issues of the day.