It’s the time of year when law students assess their transfer opportunities, perhaps to focus on a specific area at another school, to spend a visiting year, or to better manage the financial demands of law study.
If you’re thinking along those lines, Arizona Law is worth a long look.
For 98 years, we’ve offered students one of the most highly individualized programs in the country, with faculty who love to teach and are leaders in their fields, and an increasingly national – even international – alumni base. While maintaining a strong core, we’ve kept in touch with the changing landscape of legal education and practice.
Among the recent changes that put us at the forefront:
We’re the first law school in the U.S. to significantly lower tuition. Learn about our national leadership in making law school more accessible and affordable.
Our employment numbers are strong in the state, the West, and the country. Read about how we prepare students for a wide variety of careers right from the start.
Unique to Arizona — a UBE state — students can sit for the bar in February of their graduating year, giving them an advantage in a keenly competitive workplace. After the exam, they participate in a ‘theory- to-practice’ curriculum to become better prepared for a range of practice opportunities.
We have exceptional academic strength, with programs in intellectual property, business law, environmental law and natural resources, international law, Indian and indigenous peoples law, and criminal law.
If you want the advantages of an outstanding small law school, coupled with the resources of a great research university, find out more at www.choosearizonalaw.com. Then contact a member of our Transfer Transition Team to explore your options.