Kentucky Law Schools

Comprehensive Directory of Law Schools in Kentucky in Alphabetical Order

Kentucky Law Schools

  • Highland Heights - Chase College of Law
    Nunn Hall, Highland Heights 41099, Phone: (859) 572-5340

    Chase College of Law offers a first-rate legal education that is unique in several respects and that adds exceptional value beyond the basic law school curriculum. For example, Chase College of Law offers extensive opportunities to gain valuable practical experience beyond the classroom through its exceptional clinical externship program, which provides legal placements for academic credit. Recent externship placements have included federal and state courts; federal and state public defenders' offices; federal, state and county prosecutors' offices; the U.S. Department of Labor; the National Labor Relations Board; the Internal Revenue Service; the Kentucky Legislature, the Kentucky Department of Public Advocacy's Innocence Project; city, county and regional legal aid offices; county and Commonwealth's attorneys' offices; and the Children's Law Center. This range of legal externship opportunities is among the finest at law schools across the nation.

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  • Lexington - University of Kentucky College of Law
    620 S. Limestone, Lexington 40506-0048, Phone: (859) 257-1678

    Lexington offers a variety of cultural and other amenities not available in smaller or non-University towns, without the traffic, high rents, high crime rates and other problems of larger metropolitan areas. If you are considering applying to UK Law and are not familiar with the Bluegrass, you should plan a visit to Lexington and the College of Law.

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  • Louisville - University of Louisville, Louis D. Brandeis School of Law
    2301 South Third Street, Louisville 40292, Phone: (502) 852-6358

    The mission of the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville is: To conduct a program of legal education providing students with opportunities to: Receive an outstanding legal education through a curriculum that develops the student's knowledge of the basic principles of public and private law, skills of legal analysis, oral and written communication, legal research and other fundamental skills necessary to pass the bar examination and to achieve effective participation in the legal profession; Understand diverse perspectives that influence and are influenced by the law and its institutions, through a diverse faculty and student body, and through legal research and scholarship; Understand their ethical responsibilities as representatives of clients, as officers of the court, and as public citizens responsible for the quality and availability of justice; Engage in significant faculty scholarship developing the law and informing public policy; and Serve as an active partner with the community and the legal profession in addressing significant issues.

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