Creativity, intelligence, and initiative—we educate the whole person to go set the world on fire.
With five in-house clinics, annual competitions, and exciting externships, we believe experience is the best teacher.
We take the call to change the world seriously. Our Center for Civil & Human Rights reaffirms this commitment.
Robust and unlike any other, our mentoring program pairs 1Ls with upperclassmen, while local alumni mentor rising 2Ls.
Learn in a classroom, courtroom, through an externship, or at a national competition.
We value progress, community, and servant leadership, and we equip our graduates to make a real difference.
Gonzaga Law encourages and supports students' interests and passions while exposing them to new opportunities.
Our faculty is fueled by a passion for law, a love for legal education, and proven real-world experience.
Expect to conduct a thorough examination of the law. Read it, study it, analyze it, pull it apart, and piece it back together.
Dual degree options include accountancy, taxation, business administration, and social work. Also available is a Certificate in Civil and Human Rights.
Gonzaga Law's unprecedented two year LR&W program with prepare you for the rigors of practicing law.
In Italy, students gain an international perspective of the law, learn from global experts, and immerse themselves in a rich cultural experience.
Gonzaga Law annually awards more than $2 million in renewable scholarships to entering students. Scholarships are based upon scholastic merit, including undergraduate grades and performance on the LSAT.
Thomas More Scholars reflect the heart of Gonzaga Law’s mission: social justice and service to others. Recipients receive 100% tuition coverage and must demonstrate a commitment to public service and academic excellence.
This program provides loan repayment assistance to a select number of our graduates who are pursuing careers in public service. Applicants with outstanding law school student loans, both federal and commercial, are invited to apply.
Applications open October 1 and our priority deadline is April 15.
See our application requirements here.
Visiting the law schools that you are considering is an important step in the decision making process. It gives you a chance to get a feel for the school, the city, and the people that will play a vital role in your legal education. We’d love to show you around, and will even cover one night’s stay in a local hotel for Admitted Students. Allow one week’s advance notice.