Great Experiences
A WashULaw education is a powerful investment in your future. Hear from students and community members about their unique experiences at WashULaw. They often describe the Clinical Education Program and the Trial and Advocacy Program as key pieces of their law education enabling them to develop practical skills and insight into the profession of law. Students are exposed to a diverse community and a variety of perspectives through the curriculum, programs, and fellow students.
WashULaw is committed to providing an environment of appreciation, understanding, and celebration of diversity. Our program emphasizes respect for people of all races, colors, national origins, ethnicities, genders, religions, ages, sexual orientations, ability statuses, socioeconomic backgrounds and more, which is indispensable to student growth.
The WashULaw community is also home to a number of student groups, initiatives, organizations, and resources focused on creating communities of diversity and acceptance, from the Black Law Student Association to the Student Veterans Association, Womens’ Law Caucus, OUTLAW representing the LGBTQ community, and many more.
Trial and Advocacy Program
Our award-winning Trial and Advocacy Program, which guarantees practical experience for all students, is also a key component of a developing law student’s education. Students take legal practice and research classes in their first year and enroll in courses aimed at applied lawyering and practical skills as upper-level students. Students have the opportunity to apply what they learn in the classroom to real cases in local, state, and federal courts.
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