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some great reasons to choose chase

QUALITY

Holli Thomas


“The professors at Chase have given me the necessary tools to succeed in my journey to becoming a lawyer. Whether it was giving an oral argument in Constitutional Law or writing an appellate brief in Legal Writing, my professors showed me how to apply what I am learning in the classroom to real-world scenarios.”

   – Holli Thomas, Class of 2022

LOCATION

James Drew


Chase is in the heart of the Cincinnati metro area of entertainment, sports, law firms and courts, and at the gateway to Kentucky horse country. “The location makes it easy for students in the Tristate to access an affordable and distinguished law school education. As a resident of Indiana, I can be on campus in just a short drive, and, as an evening student, be close to my work.”

   – James Drew, Class of 2023

OPPORTUNITY

Tia Edwards


Clinics, externships and centers focused on particular areas of law and student organizations provide opportunities for practical experience. “As the Greater Cincinnati airport’s legal intern, I am helping the legal department find solutions for the airport’s innovative ventures. It’s a heavy research role, and I’m grateful to have had professors who prepared me for real-life legal research.”

  – Tai Edwards, Class of 2024

VALUE

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Tuition that is among the lowest of ABA-approved law schools - plus scholarships for qualified students - makes it possible to obtain a quality education with control over your financial decisions. In a study of 200 law schools, Chase was among the 35 for recent graduates with the least average federal student loan debt.
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ATTENTIVE FACULTY

Professor David Singleton

Professors like David Singleton make it easy for students like 2L Hannah Howard to say, “The professors at Chase really go out of their way to provide the best education and opportunities they can for their students.” For Professor Singleton and the rest of the faculty, that often means going beyond the traditional casebook of judicial precedents to also bring contemporary issues and cases into their classrooms.

BAR PREPARATION

Professor Krista Burton


“The Office of Academic Success and Bar Support helps students adjust to the rigors of law school. There is a library of course supplements to aid in class and exam preparation. We meet frequently with students to answer questions, develop study schedules and help with exam-taking techniques.”

     – Professor Krista Burton, Office of Academic Success and Bar Support director

SELF-CONFIDENCE

Michael Justice


“I have had many opportunities to be involved as a leader in Chase student organizations, as well as to have an externship with a federal judge and positions at two law firms. Because of these experiences, I have gained the practical and interpersonal skills all legal professionals utilize, and feel truly practice-ready.”

     – Michael Justice, Class of 2021