The College of Law has emerged as one of the best educational values in the nation. The college’s success is built upon a steadfast belief that a law school should stand for serving the public, promote civil discourse, contribute to the dialogue on critical issues and provide access across all cultures and ideologies to the highest quality of legal education.
As COVID-19 continues, we are updating our practices at the College of Law to remain in alignment with the State of Idaho, University of Idaho, and Centers for Disease Control Guidelines. Summer classes will continue to be taught online. Fall classes are expected to be taught in a hybrid in-person/online format recognizing social distancing practices. Masks are required in both the Moscow and Boise locations. The library is available digitally. Students are encouraged to check email for up-to-date information regarding classes, graduation, and tools available, and to visit the U of I Campus Updates below for up-to-date campus information. Below are a few links to more information:
Retiring Faculty Scholarship Fund!
Celebrate the legacies of professors Mark Anderson, Ben Beard, Barb Cosens, Maureen Laflin, Monique Lillard, and Jack Miller.