Widener Law offers legal education at its best. It’s personal, practical, and centered on professional experience. It’s: In depth.
The best way to reinforce classroom learning is to get hands on. Widener Law operates clinics, arranges externships and public interest legal placements, runs trial simulations and intensive advocacy training, and much more to help you build the skills you need for a successful legal career. While you study in one of our top-notch programs, your classroom experience will come to life as you represent clients in landlord-tenant matters, domestic violence hearings, federal court cases, and many other matters. In focus.
Widener Law’s two locations offer excellent specialization opportunities. Our Delaware Campus, located in the heart of America’s “corporate capital,” is the perfect location to focus on corporate and financial law. It’s also home to our nationally recognized Health Law Institute
. Our Harrisburg Campus, which sponsors our Law & Government Institute
, is located just minutes from the Pennsylvania Capitol Complex and is full of opportunities to immerse yourself in government and public interest law. No matter where you choose to study, you’ll be taught by a faculty of nationally respected legal scholars whose passion for the law is matched only by their passion for teaching.In touch.
Widener Law is about more than making the grade, it’s about making a difference. Our welcoming campuses promote intellectual, social, and cultural diversity
and offer a wide range of experiences. We instill in our students a respect for the law as an instrument of positive change, as well as a means to build a rewarding career, and we encourage them to take advantage of our many clinical
experiences that provide pro bono legal assistance to low-income clients or involve serving the public interest through legal work in a government branch or agency.
Widener University School of Law is fully accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA) and the Association of American Law Schools (AALS). The ABA can be reached at 321 N. Clark Street, 21st floor, Chicago, IL 60610, (312) 988-6738. The AALS can be reached at 1614 20th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20009-1001, (202) 296-8851.
Questions? Contact us
—or come visit
. We look forward to meeting you!