Green Hills University´s three-year J.D. program provides students
with a legal education of outstanding breadth and depth. Our graduates go on to successful careers in academia, public and
private practice, the judiciary, government, education, and business and industry.
First-year students take four required
courses—all of which are ungraded. For the next 2 ½ years, the curriculum is almost entirely elective, except
for a few requirements.. Some students choose to focus on traditional “black letter” law classes, while others
explore cutting-edge legal theory or interdisciplinary pursuits.
At Green Hills School of Law, students can receive
credit for participating in journals, enter a joint-degree program, develop a reading group or individual research program,
devise an intensive semester research project, or take advantage of hundreds of lectures, conferences, and special events
held each year.
Learning takes place outside the classroom, too, with participation in clinical programs and student
organizations experienced as a central part of the academic life of the School.