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Real Skills. Real Opportunities.

Real Skills. Real Opportunities.

Students hone their courtroom skills trying a mock case.

Real Skills. Real Opportunities.

Real Skills. Real Opportunities.

Writing is integral to the UDM Law curriculum beginning with the Applied Legal Theory and Analysis class in the first year.

Real Skills. Real Opportunities.

Real Skills. Real Opportunities.

Externships provide students real work experience.

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Welcome to UDM Law Admissions

Whether gathering information, completing an application, or considering your financial aid options, "Admissions" is the place to visit. Beginning here, you can learn about J.D., and multiple-degree programs, research our faculty of teaching scholars, plan a visit to the School, RSVP for a webinar, and much more. UDM Law Admissions counselors can and will direct you with the step-by-step process, from applying to UDM, accepting admission, and making that all-important decision to launch your legal career as a UDM Law student. Please feel free to contact us for assistance.

Applying your intellect

As a student at UDM Law you will delve into the law under the guidance of experienced professors; learn through meaningful, hands-on experiences in clinics and externships; and master the complexities of legal writing while you build an extensive legal portfolio. Simply put, you will graduate practice-ready and career-ready. Learn more about our programs below.

Law Firm Program: Build skills needed to practice law.

Law Clinics: Help the disadvantaged.

Externships: Gain hands-on legal experience.

Moot Court: Have your day in court.

 

Throughout its policies and procedures, the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law is committed to the principles of equal educational opportunity for all regardless of race, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, sexual orientation, height, weight, marital status, familial status, disability, religion, creed, military service or political belief.