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USF has a proud tradition of educating legal professionals who are sought after by employers because of their practical training and solid foundation in theory and skills.

A law degree from USF, obtainable in just four years as a part-time student, will prepare you for the bar examination and to practice law after graduation—whether in the courtroom, as counsel to a business or corporation, or in public service.

Jennifer B. Chung | Class of 2008 | BA, UC Berkeley

Jennifer B. Chung practices ERISA and employee benefits law at Trucker Huss, APC, where she is an associate attorney. She assists clients with drafting qualified retirement plans as well as health and welfare plans, analyzing administrative issues, and addressing litigation issues. While a part-time student at USF, Chung was a member of the McAuliffe Honor Society, managing director of the Moot Court Board, and co-chair of Pride Law.

"I have wonderful memories of my time at USF. The professors and the student body promoted a collegial, intellectually stimulating environment where thoughts and opinions could be shared freely. I can’t say enough about how much my legal education has created opportunities for me."