Transparency: Critical Questions, Candid Answers
When making a decision about law school, you should get tough. Ask the hard questions. Be impertinent. Demand information.
We want to give you the information you need and -- when it comes to your future -- you deserve nothing less. That's why Arizona Law has long been a leader in educational transparency.
We know that the decision to go to law school is not an easy one today. Law school represents a significant investment of your time and your resources, and the last few years have witnessed a very challenging employment environment for new graduates. Here, you can:
- See a snapshot, as well as detailed information, on employment for the Class of 2010 and the Class of 2011.
- See National Jurist's recent article on transparency "grades" for law schools across the country. (National Jurist magazine also has many other articles of interest to prospective law students available at: http://www.nationaljurist.com/)
- Learn about On- and Off-Campus Interviewing Programs in 2011 and 2012.
- See the range of jobs, both paid and unpaid our first-year students hold for summer 2012, and held for summer 2011.
We want each of you to have information you need to make a thoughtful decision in light of today's economic environment, career objectives, and personal circumstances. (Every law school you are considering can make the same data available to you, though you may need to specifically request it.)
Please let us know what other information you need to make this important decision. Contact the Admissions team at 520-621-3477 or firstname.lastname@example.org.