University of New England and Maine Law to Offer Expedited Marine Law Degree

New England Council member the University of New England (UNE) has announced a partnership with the University of Maine School of Law (Maine Law) that offers marine science students a faster track to a law degree. This new arrangement will enable students to earn a bachelor’s degree in marine science and a law degree in only six years, one year faster than is typical.

UNE is one of only four schools in the country that offer a bachelor’s degree in marine affairs, while Maine Law is one of six law schools in the country that specialize in marine and maritime law. Under this new arrangement, students can save time and money by enrolling in what will be known as the UNE Marine Affairs – Maine Law 3+3 Pathways Program. This will allow UNE marine affairs students to enroll in Maine Law after their junior year.

James Herbert, President of UNE, said, “Marine affairs is a fast-growing discipline, and law plays an increasingly important role in the field. This partnership between UNE and Maine Law will give strong and highly motivated college applications incentive to come to Maine or stay in Maine for their education and their careers.”

The Council congratulates UNE for this collaborative effort, and for offering new opportunities and incentives for students in the marine science field.

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