University of Kansas School of Law
Three years at KU Law will transform you. You will work extraordinarily hard. You will study theory, policy, the law on the books, and the law in practice. And you will walk away ready to confront the world’s legal challenges. A rich curriculum, topflight faculty, collegial environment — all in a vibrant university town brimming with intellectual and cultural abundance. KU Law — a great place to be. Our philosophy at KU Law is to teach students the foundations of the law, then provide them with the hands-on experience necessary to begin their careers ready for practice. We offer 12 clinical programs with more than 200 clinical openings for students. The school's setting at the heart of a major research university also makes possible the 11 joint-degree programs open to law students. The most popular programs are business, health services administration, and social welfare, but joint degrees are also available in East Asian languages and cultures, economics, indigenous studies, journalism, political science, philosophy, public administration, Russian and East European studies, and urban planning.