With winter on the way, University of Montana law students are using a class project clothing drive to spread warmth and awareness about domestic violence in Montana. Second-year law students Brenna Saffel, Annie Lewis and Kali Dimmitt-Griffin said the project was a part of their domestic violence class, and the idea was to put together some community action to their studies. Read more
Alexander Blewett III School of Law
The Alexander Blewett III School of Law at the University of Montana prepares students for the people-oriented practice of law by integrating theory and practice in a competency-based curriculum; serves as the academic legal center in Montana; and contributes to the development of national, state, and tribal law and legal institutions through teaching, scholarship, and service.