Ohio Law Schools

Comprehensive Directory of Law Schools in Ohio in Alphabetical Order


Ohio Law Schools

  • Ada - Ohio Northern University - Claude W. Pettit College of Law
    525 S. Main Street, Ada 45810, Phone: (419) 772-3051

    Founded in 1885, the College of Law has enjoyed a rich and distinguished history. Many outstanding legal scholars have passed through its doors and gone on to serve as lawyers, judges, scholars, senators, and congressmen.

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  • Akron - University of Akron Law School
    150 University Ave., Akron 44325-2901, Phone: (330) 972-7331

    We are, above all, committed to excellence in teaching. Our students expect and deserve it. We have, as a faculty, determined that this is the most important way that we can serve our students, and ultimately, our great responsibilities. Our commitment includes both the determination to assure a high quality of teaching in all areas and the recognition that we must address the particular needs of our students and the profession in these times. We must be careful to instill in our students an understanding of the professionalism and high ethical standards that lawyers must achieve. We also must assure that they leave the school with a firm grounding in the essential skills they will need to practice law.

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  • Cincinnati - University of Cincinnati College of Law
    Clifton Avenue & Calhoun Street, Cincinnati 45221, Phone: (513) 556-6805

    The University of Cincinnati College of Law has established a solid reputation as one of the premier small public law schools. It is a part of a comprehensive research institution in one of the most livable cities in the country. The College offers only the J.D. program to fewer than 400 students, creating an academic setting with a very favorable student/faculty ratio and an excellent environment for the study of law. Our graduates have achieved great success in the profession and in the community. We are indeed fortunate to count our graduates among the leaders of the bench and bar as well as in business and in government.

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  • Cleveland - Case Western Reserve University School of Law
    11075 East Blvd., Cleveland 44106, Phone: (216) 368-2000

    The Case Western Reserve University School of Law, which admitted its first class of students in 1892, is a wonderful place to study law. The faculty is world-class, with outstanding teachers and nationally and internationally renowned scholars who are doing influential and creative work in numerous fields. The students are a very bright and diverse group, chosen from a sizable and highly competitive applicant pool. Seventy percent of this year's first-year class of 225 students comes from outside Ohio - 38 other states and 5 foreign countries.

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  • Cleveland - Cleveland State University, Cleveland Marshall College of Law
    2121 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland 44115-2214, Phone: (216) 687-2344

    The mission of the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law is to foster a more just society through legal education, service, and scholarship. The Law School provides the opportunity for a rigorous legal education, enabling a diverse population of students to become accomplished, ethical citizen-lawyers who will make significant contributions to the region, the nation, and the world.

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  • Cleveland - Frederick K. Cox International Law Center

    With more than 42 international law-related courses, seminars, labs, and clinics to choose from, Case School of Law's international law offerings are among the most diverse and extensive of any law school. Our curriculum is unique in three respects: First, students have the opportunity to study international law in their first year of law school by enrolling in our very popular Global Perspectives course. Second, upper class students may take labs and clinics, to gain real-world experience working with actual clients, such as our Counter-Terrorism Law Lab, War Crimes Research Lab, Judicial Reform Lab, and Immigration Law Clinic. Third, Case students may elect to complete a special concentration in international law.

  • Columbus - Capital University Law School
    303 East Broad Street, Columbus 43215-3200, Phone: (614) 236-6500

    Capital’s extensive curriculum and programs provide numerous options for students. You may choose to enroll in our full-time, part-time day or part-time evening programs. Our Juris Doctor program strongly emphasizes basic lawyering skills — legal research, writing, dispute resolution and analytical skills — skills that can be applied to a variety of legal careers. Our curriculum encompasses more than 120 elective courses, running the gamut of business and commercial law, property, criminal law and procedure, public law, international law, litigation and taxation. Our concentrations and joint degree programs will allow you to focus in an area of the law and expand your knowledge for the legal and business world. You may pursue a concentration in: dispute resolution, environmental law, governmental affairs, labor and employment, publicly-held companies, small business entities, and children and family, or you may decide to combine your Juris Doctor degree with another degree: LL.M. in Tax, Business, or Business and Tax; Master of Business Administration; Master of Sports Administration/Facility Management; Master of Science in Nursing; or Master of Theology.

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  • Columbus - Ohio State University - Michael E. Moritz College of Law
    55 West 12th Avenue, Columbus 43210-1391, Phone: (614) 292-2631

    The Moritz College offers a nationally ranked program and certificate in the emerging area of alternative dispute resolution, as well as an exceptionally broad array of clinical programs, including clinics in civil and criminal practice, mediation, legislation, and juvenile law. The curriculum provides excellent preparation in criminal law, intellectual property law, employment and labor law, commercial law, international law, and many other fields.

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  • Dayton - University of Dayton School of Law
    300 College Park, Dayton 45469-2760, Phone: (937) 229-3211

    The University of Dayton has evolved from a boarding school for boys carved out of fertile farmland more than 150 years ago into a top-tier national, private university and one of the 10 best Catholic universities in the nation. Discover why we're a university on the move.

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  • Toledo - University of Toledo College of Law
    2801 West Bancroft, MS 507, Toledo 43606-3390, Phone: (419) 530-4131

    Many organizations have distinguishing qualities that separate them from the pack. Ours is a commitment to total student support. We know that your choice of a law school can impact your entire professional career and the quality of your life. Our approach offers basic, common sense solutions that are totally focused on our students.

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