Michigan State University College of Law

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Highest Degree Offered: Masters

College Type: Private

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Academic Calendar: Semester

State: Michigan

Description

The mission of the Michigan State University College of Law is to provide a rigorous educational program which prepares a diverse community of students to be national and international leaders in private legal practice- business and industry- government service- and legal education. The Law College defines its mission drawing on a century of service- its contemporary association with a major research institution- Michigan State University- and a common commitment by these institutions to broad educational access- scholarly excellence- and service to society. The Law College teaches core legal skills- supplemented with academic concentrations- programmatic initiatives- and scholarly research and exchanges. The educational program of the College teaches and reinforces the ethical core of good lawyering- the values of professionalism and service- the art of client representation and trial advocacy- and the understanding of legal principles- private rights- and public policy.

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Total Students: 956
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Faculty: 52

Total Student/Faculty Ratio: 18:1
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368 Law College Bldg
East Lansing Michigan 48824

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