Since its founding in 1911, Duquesne Kline School of Law has focused on providing a legal education firmly rooted in the pursuit of excellence and the highest standards of ethical conduct. Its graduates serve others through skillful representation premised upon integrity and a commitment to attaining justice and fairness for all seeking redress through the legal system.

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94.2% of 2021 Duquesne Kline School of Law graduates are employed full time*

*Class of 2021 Statistics as reported to the ABA 10 months after graduation

Princeton Review Rates rate Duquesne Kline Law School among Best Law Schools

95 Professors: Teaching; 95 Professors: Accessible; 94 Career Rating

Duquesne Kline is ranked 6th in the Nation for Bar Passage

Stat from the Winter 2021 edition of preLaw Magazine


Letter demonstrates equity and opportunity begin at home

Three Thomas R. Kline School of Law of Duquesne University students were featured in the recent edition of Pennsylvania Bar News. The article about the trio’s work appeared in the top front page of the publication. It described the brave, important letter these students coauthored in favor of adopting 8.4(g) in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

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Dickie McCamey and Duquesne Kline School of Law Reveal Scholarship Recipient

Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote and the Thomas R. Kline School of Law of Duquesne University have named Roshni Master as this year’s recipient of the Trial Skills Diversity Scholarship, the firm announced. Ms. Master, a second year Juris Doctor candidate, was chosen by a committee of members from the university and the law firm.

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Excavating Excellence

Anyone who has been on an archaeological dig knows the amount of patience it requires. It is painstakingly slow, careful excavation on crouched knees searching for minute objects. Law school necessitates similar perseverance, as does becoming published in a law journal. Victoria (Tori) Maatta, a fourth-year evening student, has background in these complexities. She has used that fortitude to author her first published piece, “ISIL as Salesmen? The Roles of Due Diligence and the Good Faith Purchaser in Their Illicit Artifact Trafficking” in the Georgetown Law School Journal of National Security Law and Policy.

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