Your legal education will teach you to “think like a lawyer,” honing your analytical skills, developing better critical thinking, and acquiring the professional skills you need no matter where your education takes you.

University of Arizona Law offers a mix of qualities no other school can match: a small, top-ranked program in the heart of a nationally acclaimed university, exceptional employment outcomes, the most global JD program in the country, and the chance to spend your law school years in Tucson, a cool, eclectic city with a diverse population of nearly one million people named the #4 best city for millennials by Money magazine.

LSAT and GRE

accepted
 

84%

of students received scholarships
(2017-18)

92%

ultimate bar passage
(Class of 2016)


Full-Tuition+ Fellowships

Fellowships Application Deadline: Jan. 15
University of Arizona Law offers two fellowship opportunities for JD applicants. Each has a distinct focus, but both fellowship packages include:

  • A full-tuition scholarship
  • A $10,000 cash stipend
  • A faculty mentor
  • Access to exclusive networking events and opportunities
  • Enhanced career support and employment opportunities
  • Unique academic options

Learn about fellowships

“I applied to Arizona Law because I was impressed with its reputation for helping graduates find jobs that actually require a JD, and because it has a fantastic student-to-professor ratio.

But with such an important decision at stake, I wasn’t completely convinced until I visited the campus. Arizona Law is a famously collegial law school, but you don’t fully appreciate what that means until you experience it firsthand. It’s a different atmosphere than I expected to find at a top-tier law school.

That first impression has held true throughout my time here. For instance, when I missed class because my son was sick, I had class notes waiting in my inbox from three different classmates before I even had a chance to ask! I am grateful every day that I chose to come here. Frankly, I couldn't imagine going anywhere else!”

— Kate Hollist, Class of 2016

Get the Job You Want

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Learn at Arizona Law, and practice law anywhere. Our Career Development Office, led by former practicing attorneys, helps our graduates achieve a record of strong employment.

Learn about careers

Direct Access to Faculty

Our faculty actively practice, shape and teach the law, and students cite their accessibility as one of Arizona Law’s best features.

Meet our faculty

Inherently Global

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With one of the most globally diverse student bodies and myriad international dual degree partners, Arizona Law prepares you for the global workforce.

Explore our global reach

Key Contacts

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Cary Lee Cluck

Assistant Dean for Admissions and Financial Aid

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Nickole Hayward

Program Coordinator for Admissions