Welcome to QU Law Connect - Quinnipiac University School of Law's prospective student page.
We are thrilled that you are looking into Quinnipiac Law – and excited to give you a glimpse into what is happening at the law school right now, important dates and reminders, and ways that you can connect with us.

We’ll be updating weekly, so be sure to check back often. We look forward to hearing from you!

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These are just some of the ways you can connect with us!

Contact admissions directly at 203-582-3400 or law@qu.edu.

"Attend" a Virtual Information Session

Personal appointment with an admissions representative

Request a viewbook and scholarship brochure 




Register for Virtual Sessions

April 4           Spotlight: Experiential Learning

April 12         April Information Session

Zoom Spotlight Series

Experiential Learning - April 4, 12-1 pm EST

Dean Kaas and her colleagues are passionate about matching students with real-world experiences, whether it be through one of our 350+ externship sites and 15 clinic practice areas we have already established or finding new opportunities for students with targeted interests. You will get a sense of the depth and scope of our offerings, and the level of support and guidance you can expect.

Quinnipiac Law in the News


Celebrating Women's History Month

March 1st through 31st is Women's History Month. This month is a time where we celebrate, encourage the study of, and promote the observance of the vital role of women in American History. The theme for 2023 is Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories. See how Quinnipiac is celebrating this month!


Sociology professor conducts research for change

Chair of Sociology, Criminal Justice and Anthropology Xi Chen has been conducting research on demography to focus on social inequality and use advanced methods and cutting-edge data to address social problems in various places around the globe and among diverse groups.


Students to collect e-waste for new sustainability initiative

A recent student-led project aims to step up Quinnipiac’s game in electronic waste collection, aiming for a long-term sustainability initiative.


Quinnipiac's Black Law Students Association honors Vanessa Avery with Thurgood Marshall Award; Scot X. Esdaile receives Community Service Award

Vanessa Avery, the U.S. Attorney for the District of Connecticut, received the Quinnipiac Black Law Students Association's Thurgood Marshall Award on March 21.


Learn More About What Makes Quinnipiac Law Special


Experiential education (clinics, externships, and simulation courses) are a hallmark of the Quinnipiac Law education.  These practical experiences provide students with key educational opportunities. 

Learn more about our externship program in our two part newsletter:

Part 1 & Part 2.

Learn more about our clinics and externships by watching this replay of our Fall Spotlight Series session with Associate Dean Carrie Kaas.  

Please note the Q&A at the end of the presentation was not recorded.


Law clinics are one of the three types of experiential courses that assure practical experience opportunities at Quinnipiac Law. Every student is guaranteed a meaningful, practical and real-life experience in our law clinics or our externship program. 

Learn more about QU Law clinics: 

Part 1 & Part 2.

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Part-Time Evening JD Program

Whether you are looking to begin an exciting journey into the legal profession or simply to advance your current career, Quinnipiac Law’s part-time JD program can help you reimagine — and realize — professional possibilities in any number of fields, including corporate law, private practice, judicial or public interest law.  

The part-time JD offers the same high-quality ABA-approved curriculum as our full-time JD program taught by the same highly experienced full-time faculty, ensuring that you receive the same rigorous preparation and commitment to practical learning.

Read more about the program here.  

Take a tour of the law school with George Morgan, Jr. '21


LSAT Test Information
Information on how to register, deadlines, test prep and more can be found here.
Scholarship Information

Through our merit scholarship program, we are able to support the professional aspirations and passions of well-qualified students who wish to be lawyers.  All admitted students are considered for our scholarships.  No additional application is required.  

Additionally, we encourage you to research non-institutional scholarships for which you may qualify.  One resource for these types of scholarships is the AccessLex Scholarship Databank.  


Through carefully constructed course selections, your concentration curriculum at Quinnipiac Law builds expertise and credentials according to a plan developed by faculty based on their extensive knowledge of both the field and the marketplace for careers in that particular specialty.

Learn more in our concentration newsletter.


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North Haven, CT 06473-4201

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Email: law@qu.edu
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Hamden, CT 06518-1908

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