CENTRALLY LOCATED IN THE HEART OF THE CITY
The main entrance to UBalt's John and Frances Angelos Law Center is just one block south of Baltimore's Penn Station, which is served by Amtrak and Maryland's MARC train system. The Light Rail's University of Baltimore-Mount Royal stop is two blocks from the Angelos Law Center, and the State Center Metro stop is four blocks from campus. The Jones Falls Expressway (I-83), which runs through the heart of Baltimore, has two exits at the University.
Living and studying in Baltimore will expose you to diverse legal opportunities, including an extensive range of government and nonprofit organizations in Maryland and nearby Washington, D.C. No matter what type of law you want to practice, you'll find your best legal education right here.Your University of Baltimore School of Law education will teach you to appreciate all angles and perspectives on issues and to collaborate with others to achieve the best results. You can gain experience by working with legal organizations, doing pro bono work, joining student groups and organizations or participating in programming sponsored by the law school. The UBalt School of Law brings members of the legal community to campus for panel discussions, symposia and mentoring while also placing students with practitioners in the field to ensure a dynamic, interactive and well-rounded legal education.
The Office of Admissions can help you explore the opportunities offered by the UBalt School of Law. Learn more about classroom visits and counseling appointments.