At Quinnipiac Law, you’ll join a diverse community of passionate change makers and talented legal scholars, whose goal is to prepare you for a range of exciting career opportunities. Our philosophy is centered around educating the “whole lawyer” enabling students to retain their personal values while becoming skilled practitioners of the law.
Explore Quinnipiac Law
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.
Explore our viewbook (PDF)
The School of Law is a diverse and inclusive community comprised of 365 students representing a variety of ages, ethnicities and backgrounds. The Fall 2023 incoming class brought impressive academic credentials.
By the Numbers
First-Year Students Enrolled
Employment by Industry
The 114 employed graduates of the Class of 2022 were employed in the following industries:
Students have a number of opportunities to gain practical experience while they study the law, including law clinics and externships, internships, a variety of simulated learning opportunities, and through our competition teams (Mock Trial, Moot Court and the Society for Dispute Resolution).
Connecticut allows supervised law students in their 2L year to represent clients. Students are guaranteed at least one clinic or externship experience but often complete more than one.
Clinic Practice Areas
Our 19+ clinic practice areas offer students invaluable experience in real-world practice.
- Constitutional Law
- Criminal Defense Appellate Practice
- Criminal Prosecution Appellate Practice
- Employment Law
- Family Law
- Human Trafficking Prevention Project
- Immigrants' Rights Policy
- Immigration and Refugee Law
- Juvenile Justice
- Medical-Legal Partnership
- Prisoner Reentry
- Prisoners' Rights
- Transgender Rights
- Veterans Advocacy
- Veterans Benefits and Status Law
- Women's Rights
We also have 350+ externship field sites available for students to work in the following areas:
- Corporate Counsel
- Criminal Justice
- Employment & Labor
- Environmental & Energy
- Family & Juvenile
- Intellectual Property
- Legal Services
- Private Practice
- Probate Law
- Public Interest
- Sports & Entertainment
- Transactional Law
Professors at Quinnipiac Law are distinguished academics, experienced practitioners and above all, dedicated teachers.
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Faculty By the Numbers
More than 30 student organizations, many focused on different areas of law, will help you to grow professionally while also broadening your peer group.
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Quinnipiac University School of Law is accredited by the Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar of the American Bar Association, 321 N. Clark St., Chicago, IL 60654, 312-988-6738.
Tuition and Financial Aid
We realize that financing a legal education is an expensive endeavor. With that in mind, we are committed to helping you find the resources necessary to complete your legal education, regardless of your personal financial situation. Financial aid is available through scholarships, grants, loans and work-study.
Scholarships and Awards
Tuition, Costs and Budgets
Applications are considered on a rolling basis, with priority given to those submitted by early March.
The two most important selection criteria are undergraduate scholastic record and LSAT score. Advanced degrees, work experience, extracurricular activities and writing skills are also considered.
Learn more about admissions