The James E. Rogers College of Law
Founded in 1915, the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law is the oldest law school in the state of Arizona and one of the premier public law schools in the United States. Arizona Law is known for its academic rigor, small class sizes, collegiality, and sense of community. We put students at the center by providing an intensive, individualized learning experience that trains ethical and effective lawyers and leaders. Our students have the opportunity to study with nationally recognized scholars, and to put their knowledge to use far beyond the lecture hall and the library with a wide variety of hands-on learning opportunities.
The College is a part of the University of Arizona, a Research I University ranked No. 18 among all public universities by the National Science Foundation. The College is approved by the American Bar Association. Further information about ABA accreditation can be obtained from the Council of the ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar.
Bold History that Fuels the Future
It was a bold move in 1885 to start a university in the middle of the desert. UA faculty and students have been on the cutting edge ever since.
Research that Improves the Human Condition
From planetary science to medicine to the arts, UA research is changing the world. Being ranked #18 by the National Science Foundation doesnt just make us great; it creates great opportunities for students. Our researchers teach. Students work alongside world-class professors to discover new knowledge and launch their own careers.
Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winners, members of esteemed national academies and world-renowned experts in dozens of disciplines, our faculty brings international attention to the University, and puts us in the ranks of the top public universities in the nation.
The UA is a diverse and talented community. From astronomy to communication to entrepreneurship, our programs and our people are among the best in the country. We offer a rich and rewarding educational experience to all who choose to focus on excellence.
Outreach to the Community and the World
As the states land grant university, we honor our three-fold commitment to education, research and community service. UA faculty and students share their knowledge, their time and their resources throughout the state and around the world.
Economic Impact that Benefits All
The UA generates more than $600 million in research and gives the state an annual $2 billion boost. We partner with industry so that innovative ideas become thriving enterprises.