The Catholic University of America


At CUA Law, you learn by doing – through experiential programs, clinics and externships. Classes emphasize practical skills like trial advocacy, negotiating, and legal writing. You graduate ready to practice. | More



Choose a specialized focus and graduate with enhanced expertise in a particular area of the law. In every specialty, you'll be challenged by the CUA Law vision that promotes the practice of law as a way of serving others. | More



Small classes, professors who take a personal interest in you, students who treat each other like family, an active alumni network, an ideal location in Washington, D.C. – that's what we mean by "Connected." | More




CUA Law School Opening at 10:30 a.m. Friday, March 6

Due to the adverse weather and road conditions, The Catholic University of America Law School will open at 10:30 a.m. today (Friday, March 6). All classes scheduled to begin today at or after 10:30 a.m. will be held at their regular time.

Upcoming Events

  • Mar.
    BLSA Alumni-Student Reception
    The Black Law Students Association cordially invites you to the attend the 21st Annual BLSA Alumni-Student Reception
  • Mar.
    Pro Bono Reception
    Fifth-Annual CUA Law Pro Bono Reception with Brian Stolarz ’98 @ 4:30 pm, Atrium
  • Mar.
    International Career Panel
    CUA Law's International Career Panel and Networking Reception, 6—8 pm, Polish Embassy
  • Mar.
    Lecture Series and Programs
    SAINT JOHN XXIII LECTURE SERIES: The Judge as Umpire delivered by The Honorable Brett M. Kavanaugh, United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit