What kind of lawyer will you become?
Excellent law schools share many common traits: faculty members renowned for their scholarship and commitment to teaching; academically rigorous courses; loyal, successful alumni; and motivated, focused students. We consider all of these to be essential components of the Quinnipiac University School of Law, but they do not complete the picture.
What sets Quinnipiac apart is the way we help you develop the skills, acquire the knowledge and discover the personal strengths that will determine the kind of lawyer you will be. Skilled. Ethical. Successful.
We invite you to our beautiful, congenial setting of learning and growth, to experience for yourself our personal, student-centered approach that will both challenge and support you as you prepare for your career in law.
We also invite you to learn about the exciting transition to our new state-of-the-art facility, scheduled to open in August 2014 on Quinnipiac's graduate-centered North Haven Campus. The new law center, with cutting-edge technology, has been thoughtfully designed to foster the very best in legal scholarship and community.
We are looking forward to rich collaboration with other graduate disciplines on the North Haven Campus, in particular the University's Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine, which welcomed its first class this fall. With the opening of the medical school, Quinnipiac became one of a select number of universities in the country with a law school and a medical school. Our move to the North Haven Campus, along with Quinnipiac School of Law's resources and expertise in health law, sets the stage for dynamic opportunities for shared learning and partnerships with the medical school community.