Illinois Law offers 12 formal joint degree programs, ranging from the traditional JD/MBA to a JD/DVM and the less conventional JD/MS in natural resources. The school also has a legal English certificate program, designed for LLM students who speak English as a second language.
Overall, the legal curriculum is standard, and students tell Vault that the workload is relatively light. Illinois Law, like many state schools, has great regional employment contacts, but its cache wanes outside of the Midwest. While still in school, law students largely live in on-campus housing, though rent in Champaign is cheap.