College of Law

Board of Regents announces search committee for UI president

The Iowa Board of Regents has named the 21 members of the University of Iowa Presidential Search and Screen Committee. The committee is charged with identifying candidates for board consideration, in conjunction with the search consultant, Parker Executive Search, to serve as the next president of the UI.

UI students provide free tax prep services through VITA

University of Iowa accounting and law students will again provide free tax return preparation services to qualifying persons this year as part of the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program.

Cornell College joins Iowa Law 3+3 program

The University of Iowa College of Law and Cornell College in Mount Vernon have entered into an agreement that will allow undergraduate students at Cornell to earn both their bachelor’s and law degrees in six years.
2014 spring commencement

Commencement ceremonies

UI confers nearly 1,560 degrees in December
The University of Iowa will honor December 2014 graduates during a series of commencement ceremonies and other events, Friday and Saturday, Dec. 19-20.
Iowa Now Minute - 12/11/14

Iowa Now Minute - 12/11/14

Roundup of UI activities, research, public engagement, and campus life
"Iowa Now Minute" is a 60-second roundup highlighting recent UI activities, research, public engagement, and campus life. Look for a new video every Thursday in Iowa Now.
Exterior of the UI Law Building

Iowa City Press-Citizen UI Law school to add one-year master's program

Recognizing that a growing number of graduate and senior undergraduate students may be interested in studying the intersection of law and their field of study, the University of Iowa College of Law is creating a one-year, Master in the Studies of Law degree.

Regents approve new UI Master of Studies in Law degree

Program will be offered by the UI College of Law
The Iowa Board of Regents has approved a new master’s program that will allow those who want to learn more about the legal system do so without becoming an attorney.

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