Michigan State University-College of Law

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At a Glance

School type

Private, not-for-profit, 4-year or above

Mission Statement

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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