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Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University is a leading law school, ranked No. 27 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. Key contributors to ASU Law's tremendous rise in rankings include increases in GPA, bar passage rate, and job placement.
ASU Law offers students comprehensive and personalized legal education with a variety of degree options and over 250 unique courses. Students can tailor their education to their interests in popular areas such as business law, criminal law, international law, rule of law and governance, health law, law and sustainability, sports law and business, science and technology law, patent practice, Indian law, and more.
With over 300 combined years of faculty practice experience and an attractive 7.2-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio, ASU Law provides students with an intimate learning environment from leading experts on a broad range of topics. Many faculty are also practicing attorneys and professionals. This means students have direct access to potential employers and externship opportunities.
The JD and LLM are for people who want to practice law. The MLS and MSLB are for people who want to understand legal principles and apply them to their industry but do not intend to practice law. Learn more about our flexible degree programs, some of which include part-time, online, hybrid, and concurrent options, as well as certificate programs by going to law.asu.edu/degree-programs.
“My background led me down this path, but ASU Law solidified my future. After making the move to Arizona from Alabama, I didn’t know exactly what I wanted to do. I had a job in admissions and was telling students which extracurricular activities they could participate in. I thought some of the activities were interesting so I started to look into them. I applied and ultimately enrolled at ASU Law. From day one, Sports Law and Business faculty challenged me to design my personal career plan and brand. The one-on-one mentoring, unique curriculum, exclusive guest speakers, and industry volunteer opportunities laid the foundation for where I am now. I truly feel that I have the tools necessary to reach my goals wherever I go in sports.”
Marcus Bishop, MSLB '17
NCAA post graduate intern