Statements of Completion
Second- and third-year students can begin to develop a specialty in various fields, including Business Law, Criminal Practice, Dispute Resolution, Environmental and Natural Resources Law, Estate Planning, Intellectual Property, International Law, Law and Entrepreneurship, Ocean and Coastal Law, Public Interest and Public Service Law, Green Business, and Tax Law. Students who satisfactorily complete the programs for one or more specialties will receive a Statement of Completion signed by designated faculty members and the dean.
Statements of Completion generally require successful completion of a number of designated courses in the specialty field. They also generally require successful completion of an academic research paper of high professional quality concerning the specialty subject matter.