New Law Center
Watch a video tour of the new School of Law Center led by Dean Jennifer Brown. The state-of-the-art facility is currently under renovation on the University's North Haven Campus.
As a 13-year professional firefighter, Dawud W. Amin has witnessed tragedy up close. One particular call inspired him to act on his beliefs and pursue a law degree.
Alexandra Byrd was ready to attend another law school – until she visited Quinnipiac and met professors and students who inspired her.
An engineer turned attorney, Michael Miller tackles pressing environmental issues for a Connecticut firm with a global reach. His Quinnipiac legal education offered crucial training ground.
ER physician Vanessa Brown sees her share of trauma. She plans to use her legal education to improve public policy on health care.
Having a friend in Hollywood first led Pamela Jones to the field of entertainment law. Now the School of Law alumna is sharing her expertise with QU law students.
Marc Herman is interested in a career in litigation. His education at Quinnipiac and his professional experiences are helping him prepare.
Chris Klepps’ career as a semi-professional baseball player gave him a competitive edge in practicing law.
Alicia Kinsman JD '10 has a reputation - that she uses the law to help her community and change lives.
A law school for the future
Excitement is building as plans are finalized for a state-of-the-art School of Law facility on the University’s North Haven Campus.
Arunan Arulampalam had worked on competitive political campaigns, but he came to Quinnipiac to learn more about the law in a collegial atmosphere.
Law professor Robert Farrell is known among his students for his enthusiastic manner of teaching and also for his twice-yearly Irish sing-alongs.
A summer internship with the in-house counsel of a pharmaceutical company offered insight into Diane Cooper’s career path after law school.
Norm Knickle JD '93 is on the front lines in the battle against fraud and insider trading.
Law students offer expertise in Nicaragua
The Quinnipiac group offered legal advice and completed a service project.
Visit With Us
We're delighted to welcome you for a visit. You can tour our campus, attend a class and meet members of our community–faculty and current students.
Applying to the School of Law
New Law Center
|The School of Law offers fall enrollment for both full-time day and part-time evening students.
Interested in applying? The School of Law will waive the $65 application fee for all applicants.
In addition, the University has frozen law school tuition for the 2014-2015 academic year.
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|Learn more about our plans for a new law center in North Haven.|