Phoenix School of Law
4041 N. Central Ave., Phoenix 85012, Phone: (602) 682-6800
The primary mission at the Phoenix School of Law is to prepare students with the theoretical and practical knowledge of law that they’ll need to hit the ground running upon graduation. To this end, the school provides a teaching and learning environment that focuses on the student, where professors are much more than teachers, they’re mentors. They also have a well-developed curriculum that ensure students can gain the knowledge and skills required to pass the bar exam, choice a career path, and find a good job. In today’s world, becoming a successful lawyer require much more than just legal knowledge, it requires strong interpersonal skills and the ability to interact effectively with various individuals, businesses and organizations. The school not only seeks out students that are book smart, but those who are commited justice and helping others within their class succeed.
Arizona State University – Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law
McAllister & Orange Streets, Tempe 85287-7906, Phone: 480-965-6181
The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University was founded with the aspiration of becoming an exemplary law school – one that would have the courage, determination and talent to set a new course for legal education in the United States. Specifically the college sought to address and find solutions for climate change, domestic and international poverty, terrorism, human rights violations, and other issues that transcend disciplinary boundaries and affect the lives of humans worldwide. ASU Law College seeks students who are eager and willing to tackle and overcome the challenges facing our world today, tomorrow, and into the future.
The University of Arizona James E.
Rogers College of Law
1201 E. Speedway, Room 114, Tucson 85721, Phone: (520) 621-9140
Email: [email protected]
The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of law is a nationally renowned law school with an academic program that has a reputation of preparing is students for service and leadership positions in business, education, and government at the local, state and national levels. Together the scholars, educators, and students at the College of Law at the University of Arizona in Tucson make a close-knit community that seeks to advanced justice.