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Students from the first cohort of the Law, Justice and Culture undergraduate certificate program.

Opportunities with Law, Justice & Culture

Application Deadline for Certificate: October 27, 2017

There are many points of interest for students who wish to participate in the Center for Law, Justice & Culture.

Undergraduates and graduate students across the university community are invited to attend and participate in center events, guest lectures, research colloquia, and workshops.

For students who would like to pursue work or further training in the study of law from a liberal arts perspective, the center offers an Undergraduate Certificate in Law, Justice & Culture for high achieving students.

CLJC faculty, who have an impressive record of award-winning teaching and nationally recognized scholarship, are a standing resource for students with interests in socio-legal studies. Center activities and opportunities will be of interest to students who plan to pursue professions in law, rights advocacy, justice administration, public policy, government, nonprofit organizations, and academic research and teaching.

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