Thinking about attending the Eugene Dupuch Law School? Well, this is just the place for you! Our new campus boasts a modern student-friendly design with multiple seminar rooms, moot court, library and private areas for group or individual study. We are ideally located in Palmdale so it’s a quick walk to many food and shopping options. Need to refresh and reset? We are just a short drive away from the iconic Cabbage Beach on Paradise Island.
EDLS students enjoy supportive relationships with faculty, benefit from small class sizes and take advantage of many opportunities for experiential learning. Our students also participate in extra-curricular competitive and non-competitive moots and competitions to hone their written and oral advocacy and to further develop critical thinking, problem-solving, accountability and leadership skills.
Join one of our winning competition teams for the opportunity to travel to compete in the Lex Caribbean Client Interviewing Competition, the Price Media Law Moot, the International Environmental Moot Court Competition, the Caribbean Law Clinic, the Margaret Forte Regional Moot Competition and the Caribbean Court of Justice International Law Moot. You’ll develop life-long friendships and lasting memories.
Join the Executive Committee of EDLS Students’ Association or support their activities. Legal Education Week, Dis We Bar Talent Show, fun days, charity and community events contribute to your personal and career growth on the road to becoming a distinguished alumnus of the Eugene Dupuch Law School.
Make sure that your wardrobe fits the part. Professional dress is a must! You are preparing to think and act like an attorney so suitable professional attire must be worn for lectures, tutorials, Legal Aid Clinic, Trial Advocacy and attendance at Court. You’ll also need something appropriate for formal lunch and dinner dining experiences where you will network with notable attorneys and professionals on the cutting edge as well as with members of the judiciary.
In-Service training takes place at the end of Year I. Students are placed with local Law Firms and Offices for a paid internship. Here they gain authentic real-world experiences that may translate to employment opportunities after graduation.
We support our students, create opportunities for healthy competition and work hard to design impactful authentic experiences that prepare you to become a distinguished attorney, equipped to contribute to the evolution and dynamism of the law in all its facets and to assume a leadership role in the society. We look forward to meeting you!