Take advantage of a law school acclaimed for its practicality, flexibility, ideal size, affordability, and overall quality. Why Akron Law is right for you.
Akron is the first public law school in Ohio to accept the GRE and the first law school in the country to do so whose annual tuition for all students is under $25,000.
You can help support Akron Law students with your gift to the Akron Law Student Assistance Fund.
Our new Blended Online J.D. Program makes it easier for people with full-time jobs and other obligations to attend law school.
Through our clinical programs, you can build expertise in such areas as trademark, civil litigation, economic development and more.
The program offers Akron Law students interested in IP law the opportunity to gain valuable experience working in a legal capacity for government, public interest organizations, judges, or other related entities in Washington. More.
School of Law alum returns to Akron to open new storefront law firm on Kenmore Boulevard.
Akron Law professor Brant Lee will teach the live online course designed as an introduction to the impact of the law on equality in America.
Meet Savannah Daniels, a 2021 graduate of Akron Law, who already has an extensive resume.
The University of Akron Foundation was pleased to accept a $20,000 donation to the Judge James R. and Catherine D. Williams Scholarship Fund from the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.
After honing his criminal defense skills as an assistant public defender in the Legal Defenders Office of Summit County, Christopher Rivero ’15, went all in with Esparza Rivero Law, LLC, in 2020. How he got there is remarkable.
The Akron Law trial team of Madeline Connolly, Taylor Bennington, Austin Nagy, and Katelyn Miller went undefeated throughout the competition to qualify for the national finals.