92 percent of the Class of 2018 was employed 10 months after graduation.
Public service is part of our identity. The Class of 2018 performed 4,700 hours of pro bono legal work.
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The Human Rights Advocacy Program conducts monthly Know Your Rights presentations at the largest immigration detention center in the state. Louisville Law students and community volunteers counsel detainees about their eligibility for benefits.
"Law students have the opportunity to see the law in action."
Professor Enid Trucios-Haynes
"Our students do not study the law from a book today and wait to solve real problems in our communities tomorrow. We can't afford to wait. As the only law school in the city, faculty and students are empowered to be active in the community."
Professor Jamie Abrams
"UofL Law was the right choice for me with my family and work situation. The part-time program reduced my class load, and gave me the ability to pursue my legal education and provide for my family."
Chad Eisenback, Class of 2020
"There are professors and staff here who went above and beyond to give me feedback and support to excel in my first semester. You get the feeling that they really want you to succeed here."
Kaylee Raymer, Human Rights Advocacy Fellow, Class of 2020
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