College of Law

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Joint degree programs give law students a head start

JD students at the UI can optimize their time, specialize in a field before graduation
The University of Iowa College of Law’s joint degree program allows students to specialize in another field while earning their JD.
A University of Iowa student receives his degree during the Graduate College commencement ceremony Dec. 16 at Hancher Auditorium. About 250 students received degrees at the ceremony.

Recapping fall 2016 commencement

About 1,500 graduates received degrees at ceremonies this past weekend
About 1,500 University of Iowa students received their degrees at fall 2016 commencement ceremonies Dec. 16–18. “Iowa Now” captured several celebratory moments at the festivities.
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UI to honor December 2016 graduates

More than 1,500 degrees will be awarded in ceremonies Dec. 16–18
The University of Iowa will award degrees to more than 1,500 graduates during seven ceremonies this weekend.
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Celebrating points of pride

UI reflects on milestones in creating a welcoming environment for LGBTQ community
The University of Iowa’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Resource Center recently marked a decade of serving the community. While opening the center was a significant milestone in the university’s LGBTQ history, it is one of many accomplishments spearheaded by people committed to creating an inclusive, welcoming campus.
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Learning the law across cultures

New program at UI College of Law connects international and domestic law students to ease transition, build bridges
The Global Ambassadors Program is aimed at providing a built-in support system for Iowa Law’s international student body.