Located in the heart of Chicago's legal and financial communities, DePaul's College of Law offers five joint degree programs, four Master of Laws Programs, and nine certificate programs in addition to its highly respected law degree. The College of Law is the proud home of the renowned International Human Rights Law Institute, the Center for Church/State Studies, and the Center for Law and Science. DePaul law students gain valuable practical training and professional experience through five legal clinics -- Asylum/Immigration, Community Development, Criminal Appeals, Disability Rights, and Transactional/Intellectual Property, and further develop their research and writing skills through seven student-edited journals and digests: DePaul Law Review, Journal of Health Care Law, Business Law Journal, Journal of Art and Entertainment Law, Environmental Law Digest, International Law Digest, Intellectual Property Law Digest, and Women's Law Digest.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
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Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Intensive
Locale: Large City
Size & Settings: 20,000-39,999