At St. Mary’s University School of Law, we combine our tradition of excellence in legal education with new programs and methodologies that prepare our students for the practice of law in a changing world. St. Mary’s teaches its students the practical skills that enable them to become professional leaders and effective advocates of legal and social justice.
The School of Law is accredited by both the American Bar Association (ABA) and the American Association of Law Schools (AALS). To view our ABA Standard 509 Information Report and other required disclosures, please visit our ABA Required Disclosures page or click the tab below.
Wanted: Educated Workforce
As vice president of education policy at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Cheryl Oldham (J.D. ’93) influences U.S. education policy on behalf of the nation’s business interests from her office in Washington, D.C.