Your law school experience should extend far beyond the lecture hall.
At University of Arizona Law, students have numerous and varied opportunities to put theory into practice. In addition to operating a wide array of clinics, we also weave meaningful experiences throughout the curriculum.
Many of our classes involve simulated or “real-world” experiences, and a wide variety of trial advocacy, negotiation, mediation and interviewing courses help students apply their knowledge. We also offer a number of applied learning opportunities, including externships, clerkships, workshops, seminars, and ad hoc placements.
Our students are mentored by nationally respected clinical faculty and experienced practicing lawyers.
Every Arizona Law student who wants to participate in a clinic is able to. In fact, almost all students have worked in multiple clinic, internship/externship, or law-related volunteer placements by the time they graduate.
Work under the supervision of faculty attorneys or veteran practitioners on actual cases, public policy initiatives, or other projects that have significant client impact.
Placements in government, non-profit, corporate and for-profit legal offices available for credit and pay.
LEGAL SKILLS COMPETITIONS
Develop a wide variety of legal skills, including negotiation, trial advocacy and appellate advocacy by joining an established Arizona Law legal skills competition teams.