University of Colorado Law School
Established in 1892, the University of Colorado Law School is one of the top public law schools in the United States. Colorado Law School's diverse student body is selected from among the statistically best applicants from every corner of the nation representing over 100 undergraduate institutions, and its highly published faculty is dedicated to interacting with students both inside and outside the classroom. The school's state-of-the-art green building is located at the base of the Rocky Mountains in beautiful Boulder, Colorado. With about 540 students and a low faculty-to-student ratio, Colorado Law School is a thriving academic community where the study of law is embraced to create leaders who recognize the civic responsibilities essential to the legal profession. The school offers a range of doctrinal courses relating to virtually every area of legal study and practice. In addition, Colorado Law boasts a robust experiential learning program including a diversity of clinical experiences, externships, and court competitions, as well as a pro bono public service pledge program. The school also has four research centers, three student-run journals, eight dual degree programs, and four certificate programs. It is nationally recognized for programs in entrepreneurship, intellectual property, natural resource and environmental law, American Indian law, and juvenile and family law.