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An Exceptional Student Body

The quality and diversity of our student body is the result of a selective admissions process that draws students who possess a strong foundation in critical thinking and excel in competitive environments.  You will be joining a community of high-achieving peers, where you’ll not only enhance your problem-solving and analytical abilities but also refine your communication skills, both written and verbal.  These skills are essential for success in the legal profession, and you will graduate well-prepared to meet the demands of the real-world legal landscape.




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With our rigorous curriculum and innovative, real-world approach, St. Francis School of Law attracts the best and brightest students from the U.S.

  • Exceptionally Educated: More than 60 percent of students attending St. Francis typically have a Ph.D. or master’s degree, and more than half typically hold other professional licenses.
  • Impressive AlumniOur student body has included graduates of Harvard, Princeton, Columbia, NYU, Dartmouth, the University of Pennsylvania, Thunderbird, Cornell, U.C. Berkeley, Stanford, INSEAD, and other esteemed institutions.
  • Professional Experts: Many of our students work or have worked for Fortune 500 companies including Apple, Goldman Sachs, Hewlett-Packard, eBay, Morgan Stanley, Agilent Technologies, Oracle, and Biogen.
  • Varied Backgrounds: Historically, more than 25 percent of our students hold degrees in engineering or hard sciences.
  • Highly Experienced: With an average of more than 15 years of work experience, St. Francis students enjoy successful and established careers as executives, diplomats, engineers, financial professionals, and entrepreneurs, among others, in a broad range of industries.
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