Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Maine Law
The University of Maine School of Law strives to be a diverse community inclusive of all races, ethnicities, national origins, gender identities, sexual orientations, ages, disabilities, classes, and religions. Maine Law is committed to equity in legal education and the legal profession.
- Learn about how the Law School is taking action to ensure a more inclusive and diverse community.
- Statement of Commitment to Diversity
Certificate in Public Interest and Social Justice
This certificate recognizes Maine Law’s long history in public interest lawyering. Students may choose from an array of courses towards this certificate while also utilizing what they learn in the classroom towards clinical work and externships. Learn More
Certificate in Environmental and Oceans Law
As we combat climate change, laws and regulations become essential in ensuring a sustainable future. Maine Law’s environmental law program affords students the opportunity to work with leaders in this field while engaging with the many environmental law and sustainability efforts and organizations around the state. Learn More
Certificate in Information Privacy Law
Maine Law offers one of the leading information privacy programs in the country. With dozens of courses and experiential learning opportunities, students graduate primed to enter the job market. With the school’s close ties to the International Association of Privacy Professionals, students make valuable connections and receive industry specific training. Learn More
Certificate in Business and Transactional Law
The business and transactional law pathway at Maine Law offers opportunities for students to explore the mechanics of business law, from startups to fortune 500 companies, while taking advantage of interdisciplinary opportunities through UMaine’s MBA program. Learn More
Why Maine Law?
Judge Frank M. Coffin Lecture: Brown vs. Board of Education: How Far Have We Come, How Far Do We Have To Go
Mar 6, 2024: 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Compliance Program: Contract Procurement and Management
Mar 8, 2024