1. Creighton University School of Law
The School of Law was established in 1904. It has been a member of the AALS since 1907. It was approved by the ABA since 1924. The law school’s current enrollment is 463. The law school offers a curriculum designed to provide students with intellectual challenge, academic rigor, and an opportunity to develop a foundation of moral values. Students are prepared for practice in the traditional law firm structure as well as in areas where a legal education can play an important role.
2. University of Nebraska College of Law
The University of Nebraska College of Law was founded in 1888. It offers an excellent legal education at a reasonable cost. It provides students with a diverse curriculum. The school facilities include an extensive library, wireless internet access, computer labs, and the Sherman Welpton Courtroom Complex. The College of Law is a charter member of the AALS. It is accredited by the ABA.