In addition to our intellectually rigorous core curriculum and programs, University of Arizona Law has a number of initiatives that offer significant faculty expertise, positive employment potential, community outreach and additional strength lent from other departments and colleges within the University of Arizona, one of the nation’s leading research institutions.
Community Law Group
The Community Law Group provides free legal representation to low-income clients in family law, juvenile law, and immigration cases. It is staffed by a director, a clinical liason and survivor advocate, and recent Arizona Law graduates.Learn more about the Community Law Group
University of Arizona Law is committed to equipping students with the skills they need to enter this new world of law through sustained efforts under the Arizona Law Global Initiative.Learn about our Global Programs
Civil Justice Initiative
The Civil Justice Initiative seeks to elevate the American civil justice system and train the next generation of great trial lawyers and includes an endowed lecture, classes and training, research and policy engagement, and more.Learn about the Civil Justice Initiative
Innovation for Justice
This new initiative is focused on improving access to justice with the use of design and systems thinking, technology and interdisciplinary collaboration. The associated class provides students with an opportunity to design and launch real-world solutions to reform the civil legal system.