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You're here to learn to practice law. We're here to make that happen.

                 Ilona Lashkevych

While UB's legal curriculum is challenging, the professors are always willing to meet with you to answer your questions. My UB education has given me the skills and confidence I need to stand out in a highly competitive field.

- Ilona Shparaga, J.D. '17

At the University of Baltimore School of Law, you will learn doctrine, theory and skills through traditional study as well as through clinical and lawyering courses. We strive to make sure that all students attain critical core competencies. Your education will be enriched by work involving journals, externships, membership in student organizations, moot court teams, student government and your participation in centers and programs focused on local, national and global issues. The School of Law also offers opportunities to study abroad so that you may focus on international and comparative law.

The School of Law offers a full-time day program, a part-time evening program and a part-time day program. All are designed to give you the maximum amount of flexibility you need to be a successful student. The School of Law's required course offerings provide a solid foundation in the fundamentals of the law and also allow you to develop the legal skills to practice law. Upper-level courses offer a range of in-depth concentrations that provide you with a sophisticated understanding of a particular area of law. Advisers in the Office of Academic Affairs are here to help you select the schedule that works for you. You can also refer to our comprehensive course-planning resource, "What Kind of Lawyer Do You Want to Be?"

We take professionalism seriously. Students at the University of Baltimore School of Law must exhibit high standards of academic and professional responsibility. Our academics are governed by the Honor Code, which is implemented by the student Honor Board.


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