Our world-class faculty will ground your education in the study of legal doctrine and contemporary legal theory. Meanwhile, from an early stage in your career here, you will confront real-world challenges of legal practice by participating in our nationally recognized clinics and/or externships throughout the Baltimore-Washington, D.C., region, the second-largest legal market in the nation.
The UBalt School of Law will teach you to write, reason and advocate as a lawyer. An education from UBalt Law equips you with the knowledge and skills you need to attain your professional goals and to help expand access to justice in our community and around the world.
At the University of Baltimore School of Law, we proudly offer:
- ethnic diversity. PreLaw magazine recognized UBalt Law in 2020 as a Best School for Diversity. The fall 2019 entering class was 40 percent non-white.
- close proximity to Washington, D.C. The law center is located one block from Baltimore's Penn Station, a 30-minute train ride from the many professional and cultural opportunities in our nation's capital.
- nine areas of academic concentration and 19 practice tracks, so you can focus your studies to fit your career goals.
- 12 law clinics, so you can begin to assist real clients, even as a student.
Learn more about the School of Law:
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The Law Admissions staff will be working remotely as the university moves to moving all classes online. Staff will be responding to emails, processing applications and maintaining normal operations with the exception on campus visits. I encourage you to contact Law Admissions to get your questions answered. Please refer to the appropriate section below.
Applicants Admitted for Fall 2020
Getting Your Questions Answered
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Remote Appointments With Admissions
You may schedule a remote appointment here.Appointments will be via Zoom. You may use your computer, tablet or phone via the Zoom app for a video appointment.You may also use the Zoom call-in feature for voice only.