The Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati region – Chase is located in about the geographic center – is alive and trendy. It has urban vibe and suburban style, hot entertainment and cultural sophistication, major league sports teams and top-level college athletics, a solid economy, and a reputation as an excellent place to start a career.
A great place for law students
Cincinnati is the seat of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, and judges of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky and for the Southern District of Ohio have their chambers in Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati. The area has about 1,000 law firms, with Chase graduates practicing throughout them.
How the area compares
• No. 1 for fastest-growing economy in the Midwest – U.S. government
• No. 2 among best mid-size college cities in the nation – WalletHub
• No. 3 as best places for young entrepreneurs – Under30CEO.com
• No. 4 in best cities for twentysomethings – move.org
• No. 5 for most affordable cities– Forbes
What to do
The region offers plenty of reasons to study at Chase, and plenty of others to stay for a career. With 2.1 million residents, it is culturally diverse, with energy of a large metropolis and quiet charms in numerous small towns.
Cincinnati is home to the National League Cincinnati Reds and National Football League Cincinnati Bengals, along with the nationally recognized Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, professional opera and ballet, music festivals, regional theaters, museums, and parks. The hot spots for dining and entertainment are within minutes of Chase, including downtown Cincinnati and the adjacent areas of Over the Rhine, Clifton, Mount Adams, and Covington and Newport, Ky.