MSU College of Law, also known as Michigan State University College of Law, is located in East Lansing, Mich. The college offers various graduate, postgraduate and doctoral degrees in law. It provides a wide range of courses, including accounting for lawyers, administrative law, advanced criminal procedure, advanced legal research, advocacy and air pollution law and policy. The college also provides a variety of other courses, such as alternative dispute resolution, analytical methods for lawyers, animal law, antitrust law, arbitration, appellate practice and basic bankruptcy. MSU College of Law offers several additional courses in basic will drafting, business enterprises, civil procedures, constitutional law, domestic violence, estate and gift taxation, family law, mergers and acquisitions, property and workers compensation. The college provides various services and facilities for students, including a library, technological resources, and financial aid and scholarships.