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James E. Rogers College of Law

James E. Rogers College of Law

University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law 1201 E. Speedway Blvd. Tucson, AZ 85721

The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law was founded in 1915 in Tuscon, Arizona. Tuition is $24,500 for in-state students and $29,000 for out-of-state students. There are over 100 available scholarships.

This law school has an acceptance rate of 24.73%. To enter the program in fall of 2021 there were 1,739 applications, 430 acceptances, and 122 students enrolled. Students in the program have a 301 median combined GRE score, a 163 median LSAT score, and a 3.66 median GPA. The school accepts LSAT or GRE scores as a part of their application but 97% of applicants submit their LSAT score.

31% of students are of minority backgrounds and 55% are women. They represent 63 undergraduate institutions and 8 countries. Most graduates from the program end up working in Arizona, California, or Colorado.

The James E. Roger College of Law has 18 concentration options. These include Advocacy, Business Law, Health Law, Global Mining Law, Legal Writing, Regulatory Science, and much more. Further, there are 11 certificate options including a Business Litigation Certificate, Intellectual Property Certificate, Family and Juvenile Certificate, and more. Further, there are many joint programs including an MPH, LLM, MA, MS, MSF, MPS, and MPA. There are even international dual degree options.

Experiential experiences are a large part of the curriculum at Rogers. The school believes that these experiences are so important that they guarantee that every student who desires a clinical placement will be provided one. Students who work in a clinic work on public policy initiatives, real legal cases, and community outreach.

The school also encourages their students to join a student organization while on campus such as the Student Bar Association which is the student government association, working to facilitate events and services for all law students. Students may also choose to study abroad while pursuing their JD.

Nearby to the campus, students can enjoy hiking at Seven Falls, Sabino Canyon, or Mount Lemmom. The city is also known for being an art and music hub with plenty of food trucks and unique restaurant options downtown.

Within ten months of graduation,92.86% of students have obtained employment. Graduates earn an average salary of $64,080.

92.79% of those who take the bar exam pass it within two years of their graduation. Of the class of 2021, 36 are employed in small law firms (250 or less) and 10 are employed in large law firms (251 or more). 93 work in a position where bar passage is required and 18 work in a position where holding a JD is an advantage.

31 students from the class of 2021 hold clerkship placements (4 at the federal level and 27 at the state, local, or territorial level). Additionally, 5 are employed in business or industry, 17 are employed in government, 9 are employed in public interest, and 2 are employed in education.

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3 Years

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    • Minority students: 31%
    • Women: 55%
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    • Graduates that passed the bar exam within 2 years: 92.79%
    • Number of graduates employed by law firms (by size) 250 and less: 36
    • Number of graduates employed by law firms (by size) 251 and above: 10
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