Our Mission Preparing 21st century lawyers and leaders to serve the public, government,
and business — both locally and globally — while focusing on justice, ethics, professionalism,
and service in a diverse, vibrant, and respectful community.
Our curriculum is competitive and rigorous, combining the best in traditional legal education with dynamic law programs that address emerging challenges throughout our global society.
With a focus on justice, ethics, and professionalism, WVU Law offers premier law degree and dual degree programs, and practice-ready experiences through law clinics and externships, guided by professors who are accomplished attorneys and distinguished legal scholars.
Our vibrant culture of excellence fosters diversity and respect, ensuring a balanced and supportive academic community within one of the nation’s leading public research universities.
WVU Law prepares top lawyers and dedicated leaders for careers that span public service, private practice, government, and business.
SERVICE - We seek opportunities to serve others and are committed to providing the highest quality of service.
CURIOSITY - We ask questions, seek new opportunities and change through innovation.
RESPECT - We are respectful, transparent and inclusive with each other.
ACCOUNTABILITY - We perform at our very best every day to create a University that is responsive, efficient and effective.
APPRECIATION - We support and value each other’s contributions as we build a community that is One WVU.
American Bar Association Approval
The West Virginia University College of Law is approved by the American Bar Association Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar. Since 1952, the ABA Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar has been approved by the U.S. Department of Education as the recognized national agency for the accreditation of professional schools of law.
Further information as to the Standards and Rules of Procedure for the Approval of Law Schools by the American Bar Association may be obtained from the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar.
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