So what’s the difference between Arizona Summit Law School and other law schools? In addition to a traditional focus on critical thinking, writing and legal doctrine, Arizona Summit School of Law emphasizes the practical skills and methodologies of real word law practice, which prepares students and gives them a head start.
Arizona Summit Law not only teaches its students the law, is also focuses on making sure that when students graduate they are “professionally prepared” to practice law. There is a difference between understanding the law, and being ready to practice law. Many law school students graduate from law school with an in-depth knowledge of the law but are not immediately ready to practice law. Phoenix School of Law provides a unique curriculum that is specifically designed to ensure that students graduate ready to provide immediate value to their employers and the firms that hire them. Phoenix School of Law curriculum covers a broad range of specialties from corporate law to government law to non-profit law and more.
|General Information:||(602) 682-6800|
|Type of Institution:||4-year private for-profit school|
|Awards Offered:||Doctor’s degree – professional practice|
|Campus setting:||Large City|
|Number of Students:||543 (0 undergrad)|
|Ratio of students to faculty:||12 to 1|
All Degrees and Programs
|Program Completions for Most Recent Year||BA/BS||MA/MS||Doctor||AA/AS||CERT|
|Total of All Programs||–||–||69||–||–|
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