EdUp Legal Podcast, Episode 49: Conversation with Marc L. Miller
EdUp Legal Podcast with Host Patty Roberts
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Marc L. Miller, Dean, and Ralph W. Bilby Professor of Law at the University of Arizona's James E. Rogers College of Law shares with us the trailblazing they have been doing since he took the role in 2013. Dean Miller discusses the expansion of their global programs to the point where they surpass the J.D. program in tuition revenue and the experience of the law school in being the first to adopt the GRE as another admission metric. He shares the impetus and evolution of JD Next, their partnership with ETS for a pre-matriculation preparation program for law students nationally, as well as details about their B.A. in Law, the first of its kind in the U.S. There are now 1,600 majors in the B.A. in Law, with more than 500 of them in dual degree programs in East Asia. Dean Miller believes that their expansion to utilizing the GRE, the B.A. in Law, and J.D. Next, all aid in diversifying the profession. James E. Rogers College of Law is also launching certificate programs that prepare undergraduates to work as legal advocates after graduation, thus helping to meet Access to Justice needs. This builds on their already successful Master of Legal Studies program. Learn more about these exciting initiatives in this episode!
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