About the Brandeis School of Law

At the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law, students find the excitement of new ideas, the challenge of intellectual exchange and the rigor of critical analysis.

Brandeis Law is exceptional in many ways. We boast a strong core curriculum, enhanced by specialized and interdisciplinary studies. We offer a full-time program (3 years) and a part-time program (4 or 5 years). Faculty members dedicated to both teaching and research guide students with strong academic skills and diverse backgrounds. From a supportive legal community, we draw job opportunities and adjuncts who bring their real world expertise to the classroom. International exchanges, for both faculty and for students, expose our school to global opportunities.

At Brandeis Law, we emphasize the development of theory, skills and values. This focus is reflected in our extensive skills program, a downtown Law Clinic, an Entrepreneur Clinic, externship opportunities, expansive moot court and professional skills competitions, and the Samuel L. Greenbaum Public Service Program. Brandeis Law is also home to three student-run law journals. We proudly provide all students with the training and opportunity to transform themselves and the world around them.

Brandeis Law is located minutes away from the largest legal community in the region and boasts an expansive alumni network spanning 49 states and six countries.

Significant Accomplishments

  • The bar passage rate of Brandeis graduates exceeds state average;
  • Ranked No. 1 by U.S. News and World Report as Most Efficient School and named an over-performing law school by the Tax Blog;
  • The Ackerson Law Clinic has helped more than 1,000 clients with domestic violence issues;
  • Selected to host the National Conference of Law Reviews in 2015;
  • Law Review ranks in top 18.1 percent of law reviews nationally;
  • Winner of the instrastate mock trial competition;
  • The Class of 2015 performed 8,977 hours of public service, averaging 53-plus hours per student;
  • Brandeis School of Law offers eight dual degree programs, the most of any Kentucky law school
  • The school offers 20 student-run organizations and 3 law journals
  • Brandeis offers two clinics and 19 regular externship opportunities