Hamline Law is a collaborative environment designed to support you throughout your legal education. Below is a list of resources to assist you during your law school experience.
The Office of the Registrar handles all of your registration, record-keeping needs and course information from matriculation to graduation.
From career counseling to on-campus interviews, the Career Services Office will provide students with professional development and job search opportunities.
Hamline's Student Administrative Services (SAS) office houses the following departments: financial aid and student accounts.
The Office of Student and Multicultural Affairs is an approachable, confidential office that exists to help students locate resources to maximize the quality of student life.
The Academic Success Program is committed to providing Hamline Law students with the resources needed to realize academic success in law school. Hamline Law provides the services of this program to all law students from the time you begin classes to the time you sit for the bar exam.
Students at Hamline take three semesters of legal research and writing. Assignments are designed to simulate the types of research, writing, drafting, and oral advocacy done in actual legal practice.
Students apply for returning student scholarships in May and June each year for the following academic year.
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