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Student Life

Student involvement at ASU Law

Outside of the classroom, many students enhance their legal education through student-run activities and/or by connecting with collaborative bar member organizations. Being an active participant in an academic journal, a moot court team, a student club, or a pro bono organization exposes you to a variety of experiences. The organizations serve various purposes and use different leadership activities. Some groups sponsor professional presentations; others have large annual programs; others provide frequent social activities. Collaborative bar member organizations may provide several valuable experiences including networking, mentoring, and professional development opportunities.

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Have a question about academics or wellness? Make an appointment with Student Services today. 

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Career Services

The individualized and hands-on education at ASU Law, complete with dozens of emphases and certificates to choose from, is intended to get each student where they want to go professionally and shape their way of thinking. 

Career Services at ASU Law can help students identify goals, find employment opportunities and help students pursue their passions. The Career Services team offers hands-on interview preparation, resume reviews and the guidance job seekers need as they enter the workforce. That resource is available to students when they start their ASU Law journey and lasts long after graduation.

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Student resources

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Wellness at ASU Law

It is the mission of ASU Law to support its students’ mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing and health throughout their time here and beyond.

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Ross-Blakely Law Library

Learn more about the Ross-Blakely Law Library, meet with a librarian, access the new student guide, study aids, law database, and research guides. 

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ASU Law Newsroom

Learn more about what is going on at ASU Law. Read recent news stories from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. 

Ways to get involved with ASU Law

Public Interest and Pro Bono

ASU Law takes great pride in forging our students' values and developing their sense of responsibility for public service. It is our goal that throughout our students’ professional careers, they will recognize an ethical obligation to perform public interest work and we realize the importance of their law school experience in instilling that obligation. 

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Collaborative Bar Member Organizations


ASU Law hosts a convocation ceremony in both the spring and fall.

To view information about past and upcoming graduation ceremonies, click below.

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