transforming students into outstanding lawyers
Our challenging academic programs include a blend of rigorous classes and practical legal experience that ready students for the bar exam, the courtroom, and the practice of law.
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The Viewbook Explores
How students can study law on their own terms, with multiple campuses, night and weekend programs, and classes that start year-round, at ones own pace, in a way that meets each student's needs.
How our faculty are mentors to students by combining their own experience practicing law with a love of teaching.
Ways the student body mirrors a diverse world, and can learn in a welcoming, supportive environment that prepares them to practice law in all types of settings and communities.
How our strong culture of service and practice preparation emphasizes giving and how to make a difference in the lives of others.
Our Admissions Process
The Law School makes J.D. admissions decisions based on a combination of an applicant's undergraduate grade point average (UPGA) and LSAT score. The School uses that data to predict a particular applicant's chances for academic success based upon a statistical study of the success of previous students with a similar UPGA and LSAT score.
The benchmarks used for admissions, including Professional Exploration Program (PEP) and scholarship eligibility, are subject to change based on periodic review and without notice.