With four co-op work experiences, many of our graduates find that they are better prepared for legal work than students who attend more traditional law schools. On average, almost 40 percent of our students accept post-graduate positions with their former co-op employers.

As you peruse our pathways section, you will note that our graduates pursue a wide range of job paths. Given our reputation as a nationally recognized leader in public interest law, it is not surprising that many of our graduates are involved in public service. Our graduates in private practice are also impressive: ranging from in-house counsel for major corporations to partners in law firms of all sizes in the United States and abroad.

This website offers a wide variety of information about our history and mission and the many unique people and programs that are the foundation of our law school community. We appreciate your interest and hope that you will contact us with your questions and comments.

For an immediate overview of the School of Law see our Quick Facts.
 
Dean Jeremy Paul