At Quinnipiac Law, you’ll join a diverse community of passionate change makers and talented legal scholars, whose goal is to prepare you for a range of exciting career opportunities. Our philosophy is centered around educating the “whole lawyer” enabling students to retain their personal values while becoming skilled practitioners of the law.

Student Profile

Student profile

The School of Law is a diverse and inclusive community comprised of 390 students of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds. The Fall 2020 incoming class brought impressive academic credentials.


First-year students enrolled


Median GPA


Median LSAT


Average age


Undergraduate institutions represented

Career Outcomes

Career outcomes


Three-Year Bar Pass Rate

Rates reflect three-year totals for first-time test takers of the CT bar exam, 2017, 2018, 2019, compared to the corresponding state average of 70%.



Students from the Class of 2019 who were employed within 10 months of graduation.

Pie chart that shows employment by industry for law graduates of 2018

Our Faculty

Our faculty

Professors at Quinnipiac Law are distinguished academics, experienced practitioners and above all, dedicated teachers.


Full-time faculty


Student-to-faculty ratio

Student Organizations

Student Organizations

More than 30 student organizations focused on different areas of law will help you to grow professionally, while also broadening your peer group.



Fully accredited by the American Bar Association and a member of the Association of American Law Schools.

Tuition and Financial Aid

Tuition and financial aid

We realize that financing a legal education is an expensive endeavor. With that in mind, we are committed to helping you find the resources necessary to complete your legal education, regardless of your personal financial situation. Financial aid is available through scholarships, grants, loans and work-study.


Merit Scholarships and Grants

Quinnipiac University School of Law awarded more than $7 million in merit scholarships and grants in 2020.



Applications are considered on a rolling basis, with priority given to those submitted by March 1.

The two most important selection criteria are undergraduate scholastic record and LSAT score. Advanced degrees, work experience, extracurricular activities and writing skills are also considered.