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Peer Support Services

Orientation
Orientation is coordinated through Dean Baum's office. A variety of orientation programs introduce new students to the Law School each summer and fall. Upper-class law students serve as orientation leaders to first-year, transfer, and graduate students, working closely with groups of new students during the orientation program. More...

Becoming an Orientation Leader
Orientation Leaders are recruited during the winter semester. Initial training sessions for Orientation occur during the winter semester in preparation for summer and fall Orientation days. A second training session occurs immediately prior to the academic semester for which a student has volunteered.


Apply here to be an Orientation Leader.

first year information program

The First Year Information (FYI) program helps first-year students (1Ls) adjust to life as law students. More...

Apply here to be an FYI Leader.

michigan access program

The Michigan Access Program (MAP) is an innovative social justice leadership program at the University of Michigan Law School that utilizes social justice curricula, experiential learning models, and intergroup dialogue to offer students from a range of social identities a resource for living, learning, and thriving in Law School. More...

 
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