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Center for International and Comparative Law
Chinese Legal Studies Program
Clarence Darrow Death Penalty Defense College
Empirical Legal Studies Center
European Legal Studies Program
Environmental Law and Policy Program
Institute of Continuing Legal Education
Japanese Legal Studies Program
Law and Ethics Program
Program in Law and Economics
Program in Law, Economics, and Technology
Program in Race, Law & History
Program in Refugee and Asylum Law
Program on Children and the Law
Zell Entrepreneurship and Law Program
 

The Law School has a remarkable assortment of programs—including European Legal Studies, Environmental Law and Policy, Law and Economics, Japanese Legal Studies, and Refugee and Asylum Law—which have evolved over time in response to student interest and faculty expertise. As a University of Michigan Law School student, you can interact with national and world leaders in various interest areas. The Law School has sponsored workshops and symposia that have featured speakers from the International Court of Justice, former heads of state, and members of U.S. presidential administrations.

In addition, as a University of Michigan Law School graduate, you will receive a variety of services available to Michigan attorneys through the Institute of Continuing Legal Education (ICLE), a nonprofit continuing legal education organization. ICLE's mission is to provide Michigan lawyers with accessible, high-quality, continuing legal education and resource materials that enable them to practice law more effectively.

 
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