LL.M program at the University of Cincinnati College of Law

LL.M program at the University of Cincinnati College of Law

  • The United States
  • Responsable(s) de la formation : Nora Burke Wagner
    Contact administratif 001 513 556-6805
    Contact administratif : LLM Program
    Adresse : Cincinnati
    Site Internet : Consulter
    Email : uclawllm@uc.edu

    A great American law school in a great American city

    The University of Cincinnati College of Law is a rare resource: an affordable legal education in an energetic urban environment. UC Law is a small and supportive law school community committed to your professional success. 


    Founded in 1833 - UC Law is the 4th oldest continuously operating law school in the country and the only law school in Ohio until 1885. It is one of the 32 charter members of the Association of American Law Schools, founded in 1900.


    Our Mission and Vision


    The mission of the University of Cincinnati College of Law is to educate and inspire leaders who pursue justice and advance the role of law in society.


    We are a community of learners, led by a faculty committed to excellent teaching, scholarship, and service. We strive to create a learning environment that inspires the pursuit of justice, cultivates diverse and innovative ideas about law in society, fosters collaborative relationships, and imparts the knowledge, values, and competencies needed to excel in a changing world.


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    Special Scholarship announcement for French students


    The University of Cincinnati College of Law LL.M. in the U.S. Legal System invites French students and graduates to apply for tuition reduction for the 2015/2016 academic year.

    • Multiple qualified French students/graduates will be selected to receive a 50% tuition reduction
    • One qualified French student/graduate will be selected to receive a 100% tuition reduction.

    Applicants will supply an on-line application, credential evaluation report, two letters of recommendation and a TOEFL or IELTS score.

    Today's UC Law Student

    Today's UC Law Student