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Akron Law trial team makes historic run at prestigious mock trial tournament
How did Imokhai Okolo ’20 and third-year law student Andrew Burton fare at the Baylor Law Top Gun National Mock Trial Competition?
Akron Law student co-authors legal article with professor on Supreme Court case
Third-year student Morgan Schweighoefer joined the exclusive circle of law students who have co-authored a legal article with a UA professor.
Akron Law Class of 2020 sets record for community and pro bono service time
The class of 2020 logged a record 16,489 hours of community and pro bono service over the course of their law school years.
Akron Law boasts highest first-time pass rate on bar exam among public law schools in Ohio
For the second February in a row, graduates of The University of Akron School of Law posted the highest first-time pass rate (81%, or 13 out of 16 students) among Ohio’s public law schools.
A degree for non-lawyers: Master of Studies in Law appeals to professionals in other fields
Do you have a job where a deeper knowledge of law would help, but perhaps not enough to justify the commitment of a J.D. degree?
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