General Consumer Information
The ABA Standard 509 Information Report includes basic disclosures on these topics: admissions data; tuition, fees, living costs, and financial aid; enrollment data and attrition and graduation rates; number of full-time and part-time faculty and administrators; curricular offerings, academic calendar, and academic requirements; library resources; and bar passage data. Additional information about some of these topics, as well as other important basic information about the School of Law, is given below.
Tuition, Fees, Living Costs, Financial Aid, and Refunds
(Updated August 19, 2013)
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Required coursework and other J.D. program requirements can be found in the School of Law Catalog. You can also view a list of the courses offered in the past three years (Fall 2011 – Fall 2013).
Informational and Library Resources
Young Law Library resources can also be found in the Young Law Library section of this website.
The School of Law is housed in a 136,750 square foot building in the heart of the University of Arkansas campus in Fayetteville. The building recently underwent a major renovation and was more than doubled in size. The modern addition to the building received a Merit Award for design from the Arkansas Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.
Among the features of the law school building is the 203-seat E.J. Ball Courtroom, which has hosted distinguished visitors such as the Arkansas Supreme Court, the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals, former Supreme Commander of NATO Wesley Clark, and former U.S. Presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton. There is wireless internet connectivity throughout the building, and the Young Law Library has its own gourmet espresso shop.
The building surrounds the Richard B. Atkinson Memorial Courtyard, a quiet sanctuary for faculty and students that is filled with sculpture by presidential Medal of Arts recipient Jesus Moroles.
The University of Arkansas School of Law is accredited by the American Bar Association Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar.
Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar
American Bar Association
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