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How our students did it

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Akron Law: The highest bar exam passage rates among Ohio's public universities

How our students did it


Take advantage of a law school acclaimed for its practicality, flexibility, ideal size, affordability, and overall quality. Why Akron Law is right for you.

Akron Law's partnership with Barbri exam prep

Greater bar exam success

Starting their first year, Akron Law students recieve full academic and bar-prep support at no cost through an innovative partnership with BARBRI.

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Flexible start times

Begin law school at Akron in January, May or August. Explore flexible start times at Akron.

U.S. News badges for excellence in three areas

Top 50 rankings by U.S. News

They reflect our strength in IP law, trial advocacy, and our part-time J.D. program. Learn more.

Prospective students

A crosswalk in a city


We offer a variety of enrollment options (full-time, part time, enroll in January or May). Plus: How to apply. Tuition and fees. Financial aid options.

Law students socialize in the new law building

Clinical programs

Through our clinical programs, you can build expertise in such areas as trademark, immigration, civil litigation, economic development and more.


Summit County's all-female bench

Summit County's all-female bench includes seven Akron Law alumnae

The seven are Judges Alison Breaux, Christine Croce, Amy Corrigall Jones, Joy Malek Old­field, Kathryn Michael, Susan Baker Ross and Mary Margaret Rowlands. Judge Tammy O'Brien earned her undergraduate degree from UA. Summit County’s all-female bench marks milestone with portrait

Akron Legal News: Constitutional Law Conference to focus on 19th Amendment

A preview of the conference and its examination of whether the amendment has lived up to its promise of gender equality.

Akron Law associate dean elected to the board of the American Association of Law Libraries

Emily M. Janoski-Haehlen has been elected to the eleven-member Executive Board of the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) for the 2019-22 term.

Mark F. Schultz named new director for Center for Intellectual Property Law and Technology

Schultz is a scholar and policy expert known for his work on the law and economics of the global intellectual property system.

Former Director of Center for Intellectual Property Law at Akron Law to continue as jurist-in-residence following swearing-in as a federal court judge

Ryan T. Holte will hold a part-time faculty position as jurist-in-residence professor of law.

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Open house for prospective students and LSAT workshop. Learn about admissions and financial aid, and tour of Akron Law's newly renovated law building. See details and register.



Open house for prospective students. Learn about admissions and financial aid, and tour of Akron Law's newly renovated law building. See details and register.

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Visit Akron Law

Set up a personal visit, or attend one of our open houses or LSAT workshops. Visit Akron Law.