The Blewett School of Law plays a special role in the public life of our state. Our graduates have served as leaders in the legal, political and business communities since our founding more than a century ago. With your support, we can continue that tradition of public service by giving the next generation of lawyers their start.Dean Paul Kirgis
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Scholarships and Student Success
The Max S. Baucus Institute inspires public service by training and educating the next generation of public servants. In the summer of 2019, the institute will send 10 UM undergraduate and graduate students to intern in Washington, D.C., and eight law students to study in China.
Clinical and Experiential Learning
At the Alexander Blewett III School of Law, we train lawyers to solve real-world problems. Our emphasis on both theory and practice allows our graduates to enter the profession with the knowledge and skills to do meaningful legal work from day one. As Montana’s only law school, we take our responsibility as servants of the state seriously. Through our commitment to developing national, state and tribal law, we address the most critical issues facing our state and the Rocky Mountain West.
Private support has long been integral to our success. The Blewett School of Law was founded more than 100 years ago because of a private gift. Now our donors can secure our success for the next century.