Quinnipiac University Law

Quinnipiac Law Academics

Quinnipiac Law seamlessly blends the theoretical and the practical by combining coursework with an extraordinary selection of hands-on experiences that make learning come to life. Our focus on educating the whole lawyer expands not only the skills and knowledge of our students but also the possibilities they can envision in a legal career.

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Our digital viewbook serves as your introduction to how we approach law school. It has all the facts and figures you need but it also shows there will be many dimensions to your time at Quinnipiac University School of Law — and to your future life as a lawyer. You will find stories of recent graduates who are forging their paths as well as the professors who taught and mentored them during their time here. You will learn about life both inside and outside of the classroom, and opportunities in the field. It’s a point-counterpoint look at life at Quinnipiac Law and what distinguishes us from other law schools.

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Academic Resources

Learn more about our approach to academics at Quinnipiac Law. As you progress through your coursework, you will reinforce a strong academic foundation in law — research, writing, analysis and oratory — by participating in mock trials, writing for our law journals and representing real clients in pro-bono legal clinics and during externships at corporations, government, nonprofits and private practices.

With multiple ways to earn a JD that aligns with your timeline and legal interests, your pathway to representing clients, impacting legislation, fighting for those without a voice and helping corporations and communities flourish starts here.

Degrees and Programs

Quinnipiac Law offers both full-time and part-time options for students aspiring to earn a JD. Explore both pathways and learn more about adding an optional law concentration or augmenting your JD with a second master's through our dual-degree programs.

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Bridge to Practice

The Bridge to Practice program, delivered in partnership with more than sixty local attorneys, judges and legal professionals, introduces incoming law students to the profession and seeks to augment coursework through experiential learning in true-to-life scenarios during each year of legal study.

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Clinics and Externships

To be a good lawyer takes practice, which is why we guarantee a clinic or externship experience to every student. These experiences provide dynamic and hands-on learning that accelerates personal and professional development and prepares students for a successful transition into their careers.

Clinics and Externships

Academic Calendar

Our academic calendar features key dates for the current academic year, including important milestones like orientation, the first day of classes, recurring workshops, examination periods, university holidays and Commencement.

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Academic Catalog

The academic catalog is a resource and reference guide about the programs, policies and courses offered by Quinnipiac Law. You'll find descriptions for all of our law courses as well as key resources like the Student Conduct Code and the Honor Code.

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Law Review and Journals

We publish three journals dedicated to general law, health law and probate law. Each one features insights into a range of practical and theoretical legal issues, always with an unwavering commitment to professionalism, integrity and scholarly excellence. Through our journals, we aim to provide a continuous forum for respectful discourse among legal professionals and educators.

Law Review and Journals

Lynne L. Pantalena Law Library

Students talk on the walkway above the Lynne L. Pantalena Law Library

The Lynne L. Pantalena Law Library features an attractive, 3-story atrium and offers law students and faculty access to a wide range of resources and technology. The library includes space for collaborative work, reading rooms and the Library Commons — a dedicated space for law students and professional groups. Our expert librarians are here to guide students through maximizing our research tools and resources, from current volumes and databases to the extensive interlibrary loan network.

Learn more about the Lynne L. Pantalena Law Library

Contact Us

Please note our mailing address differs from our physical address. Please address all mail to 275 Mount Carmel Avenue, LW-ADM, Hamden, CT 06518.