National Law School Consortia
Sun Dec 21 2014 10:40:35 UA Law | Career Services | NLSC - Updated - 17.12.14

Participating Schools

George Mason University School of Law

Median LSAT 161, GPA 3.6 Class Size 162 (Fall 2014)

Mason Law’s location in metropolitan Washington, D.C. provides our diverse students vast opportunities to gain practical experience and our focus on economic analysis and three-year research and writing program prepares them to make an immediate professional impact upon graduation.  Students at Mason Law represent a true diversity of age and experience, as law students just out of college are joined by a significant contingent of working adults who bring their talents and real-world knowledge with them to the classroom.

Suzanne Mund, JD
smund@gmu.edu
703-993-9520  FAX 703-993-8012
www.law.gmu.edu


The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law


Median LSAT 163, GPA  3.65 Class Size:  178 (Fall 2013)

The Michael E. Moritz College of Law features more than 140 courses and seminars designed to provide real lawyering experience to our diverse student body.  Moritz College of Law graduates clerk in federal and district courts, work in the top 100 law firms nationally, and serve as EJW and Skadden Fellows.  In this year’s entering class, 19% of our students are minorities and 42% are women.

Kamilah Clark
Clark.2672@osu.edu
614-292-0087 FAX 614-292-6667
www.moritzlaw.osu.edu


The University of Alabama School of Law

Median LSAT 163, GPA 3.77, Class Size: 134 (Fall 2014)

The University of Alabama School of Law is a nationally-ranked, top-tier law school and the only public law school in the state. Two of the last three years National Jurist magazine ranked Alabama Law as the #1 “Best Value” law school in the country, based upon bar passage, successful employment outcomes, and the cost of tuition.  Alabama offers its students an exciting, challenging educational environment coupled with a high quality of life.  Established in 1872, Alabama Law  is one of the few schools that has seen more than five percent of its graduates receive federal judicial clerkships in each of the last five years.

Lezlie A. Griffin
lgriffin@law.ua.edu
205-348-6479 FAX 205-348-0738
www.law.ua.edu

 

University of Arizona Rogers College of Law

Median LSAT: 161  GPA: 3.57  Class Size: 135 (Fall 2014)

Arizona law offers a mix of quality no other school can match, small program in the heart of a nationally acclaimed university, a rigorous and challenging curriculum, exceptional employment outcomes, and the chance to spend your  law school years in Tucson, set in one of the most diverse and beautiful regions of the country.  In this year’s entering class 39% of our students are of color and 40% are women.

Karen Kowalski
kkowalski@email.arizona.edu
520-626-6107 FAX: 520-621-9140
www.law.arizona.edu


University of Georgia School of Law

Median LSAT 163, GPA 3.70 Class Size:  185 (Fall 2014)

With a rich history and tradition of excellence, as well as a commitment to diversity and innovation, the University of Georgia School of Law is regarded as one of the nation's top law schools.  The school features a challenging curriculum and highly respected faculty devoted to teaching both the theoretical foundations of law and providing hands-on experience to dedicated students.   At the same time, it offers exceptional value to students as a state school with tuition significantly lower than private institutions.  Not surprisingly, Georgia Law attracts a highly competitive and diverse student body.  The 2014 entering class was 44% female and 18% minority and boasted a median LSAT score of 163.

David O’Brien
profdev@uga.edu
706-542-5156 FAX 706-542-2522
www.law.uga.edu


University of Illinois School of Law

Median LSAT: 160, GPA: 3.56 Class Size: 170

Established in 1897, the University of Illinois College of Law has a century-old tradition of excellence, exceptional faculty, top-notch and diverse students, and accomplished alumni. The College of Law is part of the University of Illinois, the state’s flagship land-grant university and a world leader in research, teaching, and public engagement. The J.D. Class of 2016 hails from 22 states, five countries, and 97 undergraduate institutions. It includes students who have worked for members of the U.S. House of Representatives, the U.S. Department of Commerce, the UK Parliament, and the FBI and those who have volunteered with Big Brothers Big Sisters, Habitat for Humanity, and organizations across the globe.

Jolynn Caroline
jccaroli@illinois.edu
217-333-2961
FAX 217-244-5734
www.law.illinois.edu

University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law

Median LSAT: 159, GPA: 3.50, Class Size: 202 (Fall 2014)

Maryland Carey Law attracts a diverse student body, with 35% of the incoming class being students of color and enrollment representing 113 undergraduate institutions, 20 states and seven countries. With programs in Environmental Law, Law & Health Care, and Clinical Law that are consistently ranked among the nation’s top ten and recognized specialties in Intellectual Property, Health and Homeland Security, and Business Law, students benefit from a rich academic program. Our Cardin Requirement ensures that every student participates in one of 24 legal clinics to hone practical lawyering skills and contribute in the delivery of over 140,000 hours of legal services to real clients every year.

Dana L. Morris, JD
dmorris@law.umaryland.edu
410-706-2080 FAX 410-706-0870
www.law.umaryland.edu

 

University of North Carolina School of Law

Median LSAT 161, GPA 3.48, Average Class Size 201(Fall 2014)

Founded in 1845, UNC School of Law continues to produce distinguished legal practitioners, governors, judges, business leaders, and legislators.  Our alumni practice in 17 nations and all 50 states.  Home to numerous centers and initiatives, UNC School of Law offers strong expertise in civil rights, banking, environmental law, intellectual property, entrepreneurial and securities law, critical studies, bankruptcy, and constitutional inquiry. Our first-year students, 22% of whom identify as diverse, hail from 25 states, the District of Columbia, Australia, and South Korea.  They have the opportunity to gain real-world experience through rigorous, faculty-supervised externships, an award-winning pro bono program, clinics, and other practice-based learning opportunities.

 Brian D. Lewis
Brian-Lewis@unc.edu
919-962-1023 FAX 919-962-5216
www.law.unc.edu

 

       
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