ABA Required Disclosures
The American Bar Association law school data for Duquesne University School of Law is available here to download. This report appears in the ABA-LSAC Official Guide to ABA-Approved Law Schools. Duquesne University School of Law is accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA) and is a member of the Association of American Law Schools (AALS).
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As part of the accreditation process for all law schools in the United States, the American Bar Association requires that schools publicly disclose certain consumer information on their websites. We are pleased to provide the following information, in accordance with the ABA Standard 509.
The ABA Standard 509 report contains the following consumer information:
- Tuition and fees, living costs, and financial aid;
- Enrollment data, including academic, transfer and other attrition;
- Numbers of full-time and part-time faculty, professional librarians and administrators;
- Class sizes for first year and upper class courses; number of seminar, clinical and co-curricular offerings;
- Employment outcomes; and
- Bar passage data.
- 2019 Standard 509 Information Report
- Official ABA Data - 2018 509 Report
- May 2019 Bar Passage Report, reporting on data from 2016-2018
- Admissions data
- Tuition and fees, living costs, financial aid, scholarships and refunds
- J.D. graduation and attrition rates
- Faculty and Administrators
- Student Learning Outcomes
- Curricular offerings, academic calendar and academic requirements
- Library resources
- Bar Exam Preparation
- Employment statistics
- Credit Transfer Policies
It is the policy of Duquesne University to admit applicants who are best qualified to benefit from opportunities that the University offers for intellectual, spiritual and social growth. Graduate and professional school admission is based upon demonstrated potential for success and takes into consideration past academic performance, scholastic ability, standardize test scores and/or personal characteristics. Information about religious preference, gender, racial characteristics and ethnic origin is not taken into consideration.
Duquesne University's Affirmative Action, Equal Educational and Employment Opportunity, and Human Relations in the Workplace and Classroom Policy (TAP No. 30) is available online to view and download as a PDF. Review all of The Administrative Policies (TAPs).
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