No.2: Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law
1100 S. McAllister Ave.
Tempe, AZ 85287-7906
Fax: (480) 727-7930
Total graduate enrollment 595
Hispanic graduate enrollment 80
Percent Hispanic graduate enrollment 13%
Total J.D. degrees earned 203
J.D. degrees earned by Hispanics 34
Percent of J.D. degrees earned by Hispanics 17%
Full-time Law school faculty 66
Full-time Law school Hispanic faculty 4
Percent of Law school Hispanic faculty 6%
Hispanic students at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University thrive in an academically stimulating environment made richer through the dedication of its administration, faculty and staff. Students have many opportunities to learn about the law, practice and demonstrate their skills and talents, launch productive careers and become rooted in the community. The College's Hispanic faculty members provide role modeling and a diverse curriculum, and a varied collection of practical experiences await Hispanic students via a well-established Clinical Program, including the accomplished Immigration Law and Policy Clinic. The new, innovative North American Center for Transborder Studies at ASU provides opportunities for Hispanic students to take interdisciplinary courses at the intersection of law, immigration and national identity. An active Chicano/Latino Law Students Association facilitates involvement in student life and creates welcoming paths for participation in the Hispanic National Bar Association moot court competitions. A pilot HNBA mentoring program, and close ties with the undergraduate student organization, El Concilio, and the local Hispanic bar association, Los Abogados, also benefit students. From pre-law to post-graduation, ASU prepares law students to be successful community leaders and professionals.
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