While we list the most popular areas of focus on our website, we offer over 250 unique courses that can be customized to fit your interests.
We also have over 245 externship placement options and can guarantee an externship in an area that matches your interest. ASU is flexible and nimble enough to quickly create a course (if 10 students are committed to it).
Standing externships or clinical opportunities with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, and AZ State Supreme Court.
Students also each graduate with an average of 250 hours of practical skills training.
Phoenix is the 5th largest city in the U.S. by the U.S. Census Bureau
World-class restaurants, public amenities, cultural experiences, professional sports
The Phoenix metropolitan area is home to four major professional sports clubs - the Aizona Caridinals (NFL), the Arizona Coyotes (NHL), the Arizona Diamondbacks (MLB), and the Phoenix Suns (NBA), as well as the WNBA's Phoenix Mercury, Phoenix Rising FC, and ISM Raceway
The Valley plays host to PGA events, MLB spring training and fall leagues, college football bowl games, NASCAR and IndyCar races, and in in regular rotation for sport's biggest mega events, the Final Four, College Football Playoff Championship, and the Super Bowl.
Grandy Canyon- One of the world's seven natural wonders
Students are strongly encouraged to focus on laying the foundation for their legal education as a 1L and refrain from working.
First year students full-time are banned from working 1st semester unless they get a waiver.
First year full-time students are restricted to working a max of 15 hours/week 2nd semester.
Second & third year full-time students are restricted to a max of 20 hours/week each semester.
Students may work as much as they’d like during summers and breaks.
200+ opportunities through externships for credit during the summer between first and second year.
Unpaid externships with judges, government agencies, cities, non-profit organizations, policy centers.
Some limited paid externships with for-profits.
Third year Residency Externship Program – paid and practice area specific externship during the fall and spring semesters of the third year.
Paid summer positions:
First year students interested in paid summer positions at law firms and corporations can participate in ASU Law's "On Campus Interview"; program in the spring and refer to job postings throughout the year
Many students pursue paid opportunities in the form of formal clerkships at large firms or informal positions during their 2nd summer
Study abroad (Florence) and exchange programs (Buenos Aires, Milan, BC)
Additionally, students have opportunities to study in Florence and practice in exchange programs in Buenos Aires, Milan, and British Columbia. Further, there are endless volunteer opportunities like the Arizona Legal Center which provides access to legal services to those in need.
We can't predict the future, but ASU Law tuition has remained steady with very minor increases for both in-state and OOS students - our in-state uition $10,000 lesa dn OOS $5,000 less per year than the average tuition of the top 10 public law schools in the West.
ASU has given away millions in student scholarships to the generosity of our donors.
Ecouraging students to practice thrifty budgeting to reduce burden upon graduation.
We have been investing in new programs and faculty when others weren’t (e.g. International Rule of Law and Security / Ambassador Clint Williamson,Sports Law and Business / MLB Commissioner Emeritus Bud Selig).
Over $60M in past six years thanks to a generous donor community.