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Law School T he academic program at the College of Law prepares the student for a lifetime of legal experience, and provides a wonderful clinic, trial practices, lawyers skills and opportunities. The University of Idaho College of Law is the only law school in Idaho, and has students from over eighty undergraduate universities. It is a member of the American Association of Law Schools and has been praised by the American Bar Association for many years. The college is always bustling with energy, and activities that benefit the students, as well as the public, are organized on a regular basis. From the mock trials to guest speakers, the university provides insightful and entertaining programs to keep the
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students, professors, and the public interested. The law school tries its hardest to motivate the students to be the best that they can be. The Bellwood Lectures are some of the most interesting and exciting activities the law school organizes for students. In accordance with the will of the late Sherman J. Bellwood, whose generous contribution funds the programs and lectures. The program brings such sparkling and prominent speakers as United States Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, and University of Colorado Law Professor Charles F. Wilkinson, and is a wonderful way for the students to observe masters of the legal professions in action.
Other programs, activities and publications through the law school are Raymond C. MeN ichols Moot Court competitions, Legal Aid Clinic Program, Board of Student Advocates and the Idaho Law Review.
Story By Desiree Hafliger Layout By Stacy Carroll
•!•A sculpture depicting the lady justice adorns the wall outside the court room of the Law School.
1999 Gem of the Mountains, Volume 97 - University of Idaho Yearbook