School of Law
For over 30 years, Saint Louis University School of Law has demonstrated its commitment to international legal education. Through its educational programs and scholarly activities, the Center for International and Comparative Law ensures that the faculty's graduates have the education they need to pursue professional opportunities throughout the world.
Dean, School of Law
At Saint Louis University School of Law, we offer our students a diverse curriculum designed to prepare them for all areas of legal practice. The majority of the 91 required credit hours for the J.D. degree are elective courses. This design allows students to customize their law school education around their individualized needs and areas of interest. The School's core curriculum is designed to help students develop the analytical skills necessary for interpreting the law.
Students at the School of Law may pursue one of the following nine areas of concentration to supplement their law degree with a special area of emphasis.
Juris Doctor and Masters of Arts in Law and Sociology & Criminal Justice
Juris Doctor and Masters of Arts in Public Administration
Juris Doctor and Master of Business Administration
Juris Doctor and Master of Health Administration
Juris Doctor and Master of Public Health
Juris Doctor and Master of Public Health- Health Policy
Juris Doctor and Master of Science in Health Outcomes Research and Evaluation Sciences
Juris Doctor and Master of Social Work
Juris Doctor and Doctorate in Health Care Ethics
The Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Law (CISL)
The Center for International and Comparative Law (CICL)
The William C. Wefel Center for Employment Law