James E. Rogers College of Law
Arizona Law creates what's next in legal education
Since our founding in 1915, the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law has built a tradition of influence and leadership. Our students, faculty and alumni propel each other—and the law—boldly forward. From established areas of excellence such as indigenous peoples’ rights, international trade, and environmental law, to emerging strengths like law and technology and health law, we are at the forefront of legal scholarship and advocacy.
Your support is essential to our efforts at providing a modern, nimble legal education of the highest quality. You empower us to constantly innovate with student success in mind—whether that's offering affordable tuition, guaranteeing a clinic placement to any student who wants one, or launching a comprehensive bar exam success program. Your generosity ensures we can train the next generation of leaders and lawyers to continue the crucial work of advancing justice.
“Now more than ever, the world needs effective, ethical legal professionals. University of Arizona Law offers more paths than any other law school for students to transform their passions and skills into fulfilling careers. With your support, we can continue giving opportunities to communities not previously served by traditional legal education.”
– Dean Marc Miller
At University of Arizona Law, our vision is that no student will be kept from an education because of cost. We keep our tuition lower than almost all other top-tier law schools, and most JD students receive financial support. Expanding law school access to the most deserving students through scholarships is a key part of our mission. Private support from donors like you allows us to continue providing a world-class education at an affordable price.
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