College of Law

Solving
Problems

Valerie Fatica '08 runs a general solo practice in Toledo. She's passionate about her work in family law and civil rights work for clients with disabilities.

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Toledo Law gave me the attentive instruction to knock out the bar exam and connect with local attorneys to begin my career.” — Valerie Fatica '08

Toledo Law is a top school in the nation for practical training, public service, and the greatest resources for women. You'll get access to the vibrant cultural amenities of a big city with the close-knit feel of a small community. Explore our Transcript alumni magazine to read about our incredible alumni network and its global impact. Continue your discovery with our Viewbook, which offers a dynamic guide to life at the college. Learn why more students are choosing Toledo Law.

LEGAL CAREER PATHWAYS

Not every law student has the same needs. Our flexible J.D. program can be tailored to your goals and timetable. We offer full- and part-time options, January or August start dates, and certificates of concentration in diverse legal areas.

J.D. Program

JOINT DEGREES

Toledo Law collaborates with other UToledo colleges to offer J.D. joint degree programs that allow you to earn two graduate degrees at a faster pace, most in as little as three to four years. You can select from a variety of options or customize your own degree.

Joint Degrees

ACADEMIC/BAR SUPPORT

Toledo Law provides resources to ensure your success in the classroom and on the bar exam. We'll prepare you as a first-year student for the demands of law school and help you pass the bar exam with access to mentoring and comprehensive bar review.

Success Programs

26,500+
Student Public
Service Hours
Since 2007

47%
Women in
Entering Class
Entering Class 2021

96.49%
Ultimate
Bar Pass Rate
ABA Report 2021

$9,400
Median First-Year
Merit Scholarship
Entering Class 2021

HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE

In today's competitive market, real-world experience is critical. At Toledo Law, 100% of our students participate in a clinic, externship, or simulation course before graduation. We also offer robust appellate and trial advocacy programs to further perfect your skills.

Experiential Learning

STUDENT LIFE

At Toledo Law, lawyering skills and professionalism are emphasized from day one. Individualize your student experience by participating in activities and student groups that promote collaboration through social, educational, and service opportunities.

Student Life

DIVERSITY & INCLUSION

Toledo Law is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Our supportive community fosters respect and open dialogue in course discussions, workshops, and lectures. We're also building programs to increase access to legal education.

Diversity & Inclusion

COVID-19 Response

In alignment with The University of Toledo's proactive measures to safeguard health and safety, we continue to ask our community to do their part to keep campus safe. Visit the UToledo COVID-19 Response site for critical University updates. For college-specific guidance, review our law coronavirus FAQ.

Experience Toledo Law

Meet Emilie Easton '21

Emilie is from Bedford, Mich. She earned her bachelor's degree in criminology and international affairs from Florida State University. Emilie came to law school to make a difference. She recently accepted a position with the Army JAG Corps. She was also selected as an alternate for the 2021-22 Fulbright Fellowship. Read Story

Experience Toledo Law

Meet Amelia Wolf '21

As many of us watched events unfold onscreen, Amelia was called in as a National Guard member to protect the Capitol in the days following the riots. She is serving her country while balancing a full class load. She graduates this May and will combine her passions for the military and law as an attorney for the Army JAG Corps. Read Story

Experience Toledo Law

Meet Joshua Williams '20

Joshua went from a homeless high school dropout to a lawyer, but there were challenges and obstacles along the way. He graduated from Toledo Law last May and spoke with 13abc about his journey. He credits his success to people like Judge Myron Duhart '96, adjunct professor at Toledo Law. Watch Broadcast and Read Story

Last Updated: 9/21/21