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Law has never been more dynamic; the demand for lawyers is growing. The Bureau of Labor Statistics is anticipating 334,000 jobs (10.7% growth) in legal occupations through 2022. There is also a need for professionals in many industries undergoing unprecedented changes (e.g. health, technology, real estate) to master legal principles, even if they do not intend to practice law. Law influences everything we do whether it is how we govern health care, labor and employment, housing and real estate, technology and patents—law is the cornerstone of how we shape society.
For those who want to pursue a law career or wish to expand their legal knowledge, it is important to choose a reputable law school. ASU Law is ranked No. 27 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. With more than 250 unique courses to choose from, by a law school that is committed to individuals' success, students get a comprehensive and personalized education aligned to their interests and career goals.
ASU Law is accredited by the Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar of the American Bar Association.