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Public Interest Law Certificate 

A commitment to public service is one of the essential elements of the law school's mission. True to our mission, we support students and graduates in their pursuit of careers in public service.

Students may earn a Public Interest Law Certificate through a combination of course work, practical experience, and community service. 

To receive the Public Interest Law Certificate, students must complete all of the certificate requirements and all of the requirements for the JD degree. Students intending to complete the requirements for the Public Interest Law Certificate are subject to all of the law school's academic policies, including rules governing enrollment priorities.

Course Requirements for Students Entering Fall 2013 and Later

Course Requirements for Students Entering Prior to Fall 2013