1. University of Kentucky College of Law
The University of Kentucky College of Law is a small, state-supported law school on the main campus of the university in Lexington. It was founded in 1908 The college has been a member of the AALS since 1912. It has been accredited by the ABA since 1925. The faculty has wide experience in law practice and government service, as well as teaching and research. The college has a strong tradition of faculty concern about progress and success of students. The curriculum draws upon sources from all jurisdictions and offers broad training in the law and legal methods. The graduates are thus prepared to practice in any of the 50 states.
2. University of Louisville’s Brandeis School of Law
The school was founded in 1846. The University of Louisville’s Brandeis School of Law is Kentucky’s oldest law school and America’s fifth oldest law school in continuous operation. It is an integral part of the University of Louisville founded in 1798. The University of Louisville School of Law promotes collegiality and professionalism. Its culture is based on civility and respect for all students and faculty. It also seeks to admit and support a diverse law school population and provides opportunities to share and discuss differing opinions.
3. Northern Kentucky University—Salmon P. Chase College of Law
Northern Kentucky University, Salmon P. Chase College of Law was founded in 1893. It is a learner-centered metropolitan university. The college offers both a full-time, day division and a part-time, evening division. It is accredited by the ABA. It is a member of the AALS.