School Life & Careers
Come be a colleague and not a competitor. Come ask why? and why not? and says who? and what if? Come work hard at work worth doing. Come join a community united in the pursuit of justice.
The Office of Career Services is staffed with attorney-counselors who have diverse legal experience and networks upon which to draw as they work with you on career planning, job search strategy, and connecting you with alumni and other contacts and opportunities in the legal community.
As a student at the USF School of Law, you’ll become part of the fabric of our community through diverse student associations, organizations, and activities in and out of Kendrick Hall.
The law school offers a rich array of opportunities for students to contribute to building a more humane and just world.
USF law students have an array of housing options to choose from as they make the city of San Francisco their home.
Our students benefit from extensive services within the law school itself, as well as many resources and of the larger university.
The USF School of Law's centers and institutes blend diverse course offerings and student journals with faculty research and academic symposia to enrich your legal education.
JESSICA RAMSEY '21
It’s hard not to feel connected to my classmates. We work, study, and eat together pretty much every day."
JESSICA RAMSEY '21
Ranked the sixth most ethnically diverse law school in the nation, our students arrive on campus every year from throughout California, across the country and around the world, with degrees and professional experience from inside the legal field and out.
Throughout the year, the law school and student organizations sponsor panels, guest speakers, and special programs that showcase diverse experiences and perspectives while providing opportunities for students to network with faculty, alumni, members of the bench and the bar, and visiting dignitaries. Law school-sponsored events include:
- Law Review Symposium
- Alumni-Student-Faculty Mixer
- Lunches with Lawyers Professional Networking
Student Bar Association
All students attending the law school are members of the Student Bar Association (SBA), which sponsors social and cultural activities and gives students a voice in school policy. The SBA also funds and oversees student organizations, including:
- American Trial Lawyers Association
- Environmental Law Association
- Health Law Society
- Intellectual Property and Cyberspace Law Association
- Korean American Law Students Association
- National Lawyers Guild
- Pride Law Association
- Women's Law Association
Current and Admitted Students
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