DePaul University College of Law

DePaul College of Law seeks to prepare its’ students to solve today’s complex problems by helping them gain working knowledge in fields beyond law – such as business, information technology, health care and other disciplines so you graduate with a broad and well-rounded perspective that will enhance your effectiveness as a lawyer.

The Law School offers a wealth of opportunities for experiential learning, professional networking and public service with some of the most vulnerable populations throughout the city.

Originally called the Illinois College of Law, founded in 1897, it was acquired by DePaul University in 1912. The Law School offers both day and evening programs.

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