The Columbus School of Law is a community-oriented institution predicated upon helping those in need, sharing a sense of purpose, and developing vital bonds by laboring together. This nurturing, communal environment seeks to enrich students not only academically, but socially and spiritually. We are truly a community of learning.
A community of learning means more than just learning the law. Students learn to live and become part of something. Columbus School of Law students coach local sports teams and lend helping hands to area outreach programs. They work hard in their studies in the library, on the Journals, in Moot Court, and in clinic offices, as well as working in a myriad of internship and externship positions in the District of Columbia and jurisdictions in the surrounding metropolitan area.
Our students have the ambition to learn and the desire to help others. Unlike many urban law schools, the Columbus School of Law provides a communal environment to nurture relationships that don't cease after your education is finished, but continue for a lifetime.