Areas of Study

There are many opportunities to develop a deeper understanding of various areas of law. Our professors are passionate about sharing the most fascinating aspects of their areas of expertise with students in the classroom. Programs, courses, journals, and student groups round out the learning experience for students, giving students freedom to explore their interests and refine their skills.

Find brief descriptions of the areas of law in which our faculty specializes, course samplings in those areas, and supplemental learning experiences by following the links below.

Administrative Law and Government Regulation

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Civil Rights

Clinics and Experiential Learning

Commercial and Consumer Law

Constitutional Law

Corporate Law

Criminal Law

Education Law and Policy

Election Law

Employment and Labor Law

Environmental Law and Energy

Family Relations and Wills and Trusts

Health Law and Policy

Intellectual Property and Technology Law

International and Comparative Law

Jurisprudence and Legal Theory

Law and Other Disciplines

Legal Profession and Ethics

Legal Writing

Legislation and the Law of Political Process

Litigation and the Judicial Process

Public Interest Law

Real Estate

Sports Law

Taxation