The law school offers several opportunities for students who wish to concentrate their studies in a specific area of law. Students pursuing a concentration may use the concentration requirements to guide their choices about course selection. Additionally, a completed concentration may help students signal to prospective employers their interest and focus on a particular area of law.
Concentrations are optional and are not required of any student. A student may declare their intention to complete a concentration by submitting a Concentration Request form to the Associate Dean any time after their first full year (for full-time students) or after their first two years (for part-time students), up until the start of their last semester of study.
Once the concentration requirements have been successfully met and approved by the Associate Dean, the student will receive a Concentration Certificate.
PLEASE NOTE: Not all of the courses listed in the requirements below are offered every year. Additionally, some courses may have limited enrollment or have enrollment determined by a selection process.