Before Arizona was even a state, there was the University of Arizona. It is now a premier public research university with more than 31,000 undergraduate and 8,900 graduate students pursuing more than 300 major fields of study.
Arizona Law captures the best of both worlds; a highly individualized and close-knit Arizona Law community, and the academic and social resources of a powerhouse university. Few law programs can offer the incredible range of opportunities that comes with being part of the University of Arizona.
At Arizona Law, many JD students take advantage of dual-degree programs, combining their law study with a wide-range of subjects: environmental science, economics, gender and women’s studies, finance, public health, psychology, and more.