A Bar passage rate consistently higher than the state average
Students can expect to be prepared for the bar while receiving a rigorous and practical
Ranking as #9 Best Value nationally – and best in Tennessee – by prelaw Magazine
preLaw Magazine named Memphis Law a Best Value in 2010 (9th in the nation and the best in Tennessee).
A quality of life our students rave about
Memphis Law recently placed 8th in the Princeton Review's Best Quality of Life Rankings.
Location in a major metropolitan center of commerce and research
Memphis is home to companies like FedEx and AutoZone, and St. Jude Children’s Research
Hospital anchors its growing international biotechnology community.
Strong emphasis on experiential learning
Memphis Law’s program focuses on preparing students to be practice-ready attorneys
through strong advocacy training and numerous externship and clinical opportunities.
Proximity to the courts and legal community
All federal and state courts and some of the city’s most prominent law firms are located
within easy walking distance of Memphis Law.
State-of-the-art facilities overlooking the Mississippi River
Relocated to the historic U.S. Custom House/Court House/Post Office in early 2010, Memphis Law’s library, courtrooms, classrooms, and meeting facilities
provide an exceptional and high-tech environment.
Committed mentors from the alumni and legal communities
Many alumni and members of the legal community teach as adjunct professors and are
involved in networking events, career placement, and mentoring students.
Diverse student body and faculty
Expect to find people at Memphis Law with diverse life experiences, career paths,
and teaching techniques.
Part of one of the Mid-South’s best public universities
The University of Memphis is on its way to becoming one of America’s great metropolitan research universities.