There is no formal membership requirement. All students are welcome at all Law Program activities and may attend as many or as few as they wish.
To participate actively or simply to receive notice of program events, interested students need only contact any participating faculty member or subscribe to the Hampshire Law Program automated mailing list, Hamp-law.
The list is spam-free and serves as a conduit for information about law-related events throughout the Five College area as well as law school admissions activities, internship opportunities, and current legal issues in the news.
Established in honor of founding faculty member Lester Mazor, this endowment supports programming for the interdisciplinary study of law, culture, politics, and social science, and the use of this knowledge to promote cross-cultural understanding and a more just society for all people.
The endowment supports an annual lecture and funds summer internships for students working in law-related fields while in Division II, as well as grants to help defray expenses for law-related Division III research projects.
This is a field-study course at The Hague and Amsterdam, Netherlands. The course includes an exploration of the international legal institutions established at The Hague and will involve research visits to the International Criminal Court; the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia; and the International Court of Justice.