Phoenix School of Law
School type Private
Dean Shirley Mays
Location Phoenix, Arizona, USA
PhoenixLaw‘s mission is based upon three pillars: 1) a student-centered educational experience; 2) supporting programs that allow for professionally-prepared graduates; and 3) commitment to underserved communities.
* Clinical Programs: PhoenixLaw houses a Mediation Clinic and other clinical programs designed to develop and enhance practice skills. Courses are offered in trial and appellate practice, mediation and alternative methods of dispute resolution. Clinical methods are used in various courses throughout the curriculum.
* Externships: PhoenixLaw offers qualified, upper-level students in good academic standing opportunities to participate in a for-credit externship program. Students attend a classroom component that provides a link between the placement setting and the learning process. A faculty member coordinates and supervises the externship program.
* Mentoring Programs: Each student is assigned a faculty member as their mentor. The faculty member helps to guide the student through their law school experience and form a professional relationship that will carry into their future career.
* Phi Alpha Delta, International Law Fraternity
* Hispanic Law Students Association
* Intellectual Property Law Society
* J. Reuben Clark Jr. Law Society
* Justice for All
* Juvenile Law Society
* Parents Attending Law School (PALS)
* Public Interest Law Project
* Legal Aid Work for the Protection of Animal Welfare Society (LAWPAWS)
* Student Bar Association
* Asian Pacific American Law Students Association (APALSA)
* PhoenixLaw Women's Association
* Federalist Society
* Real Estate Club
* International Law Society
* Moot Court
* Law Review
- The 2010 Official Guide to ABA-Approved Law Schools shows an employment status of 88.2 percent nine months after graduation and a bar pass rate of nearly 97 percent Phoenix School of Law ABA Data.
- In 2008, 97 percent of the graduating class passed the Arizona bar exam.
- In 2009, PhoenixLaw was ranked #8 for the "Most Diverse Faculty" in the Princeton Review's "Best 174 Law Schools Rankings".
Currently the Chairman of the Board is Dennis Archer, a former Mayor of Detroit, Michigan Supreme Court justice and the first African-American president of the American Bar Association.
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