The University of Cincinnati College of Law is well-known for the excellent education and unparalleled experiences it provides to its students. Whether it's working on a leading human rights journal; developing your client counseling skills through simulated learning experiences; or planning exciting and intellectually stimulating events and programs with our student organizations, Cincinnati Law aims to create a collegial and welcoming environment for all of its students.
Resources for Law Students
The College of Law has created a website to aid students, faculty, staff and others during the suspension of in-person classes. Please visit law.uc.edu/covid-19 for law school related information and resources.
For the most recent updates from the University of Cincinnati, please visit uc.edu/publichealth.
We know that all law students have very demanding schedules. Our staff is available to help through a variety of services designed to make your life a little easier.
Academic advising is a process expanding all three years, including course selection, career advising, and professional development opportunities. Dean Rucker is available to advise students about meeting graduation requirements, helping to weigh curricular and co-curricular choices, and connecting students to faculty who will help to further students’ academic interests. Dean Wagner is available to advise LLM students. In addition, Professional Pathway faculty advisors are available to meet with students with specific career interests.
Academic Success Program
Your professional career begins the day you step on campus. The Center for Professional Development (CPD) is an office of attorneys with over 15 years of collective practical experience that assists students in making informed career decisions.
Lockers are available for students in the College of Law at no cost. Contact Vicki Hayes for a locker assignment.
Meeting & Study Space
The Registrar’s Office manages student records, course registration and withdrawal, student and course data reporting, grade reporting, class scheduling, exam administration, course evaluations, certification of candidates for graduation and completion of bar certification forms.