For the Class of 2017 the average entering age was 25. Students ages ranged from 20 to 65.
Connecting with Professionals
Honors students participate in special programs such as meetings with prominent members of the bench and bar, talks by scholars from other law schools, and social gatherings with faculty.
Honors students are also able to participate in the Inns of Court, a prestigious, invitation-only social and professional organization of distinguished judges, lawyers, law professors, and law students.
Career Services and Employment
Honors students have strong academic credentials that command the attention of prospective employers and provide a competitive edge on summer and post-graduation employment opportunities.
The Office of Career Development assists honors students with their job search efforts and facilitates their transition from law school to legal practice.
Honors students enjoy an Office of Career Development with a first-rate staff; the Assistant Dean is a nationally known legal career services expert with twenty-six years of experience in legal education.