Experience Catholic Law is the premier event for students admitted to the Law School. The event allows admitted students to gain better insight into the day-to-day happenings of law school life and the community at Catholic Law.
In this challenging time, there is nothing more important than our responsibility to each other and our care for the community. As the University has shifted to an online format for the remainder of the term, we are eager to announce our Virtual Experience Catholic Law Day Program . We hope that the information provided below will be helpful and answer any questions you may have about Catholic Law.
If you have any remaining questions or concerns, please feel free to fill out the form below and we will get back to you with a response.
The Columbus School of Law
Catholic Law Community Service Day
A "Your Voice, Your Future" event in the Law School's Walter A. Slowinski Courtroom
Professor Regina Jefferson teaching in a classroom
Moot Court Competition at Catholic Law in the Walter A. Slowinski Courtroom
The Law School at night
Seigenthaler-Sutherland Cup National First Amendment Moot Court Competition
Law Students sitting outside during a Black Law Students Association fundraiser
The courtyard entrance to the Columbus School of Law's building
A law student studies in the Law School's Judge Kathryn J. DuFour Law Library
Law students at Catholic Law's dog therapy day
Students march from the Law School to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception for Catholic Law's annual Commencement Ceremony
Professor Sarah Duggin teaching a class
SBA's annual Pumpetition pumpkins on display outside in the law school's courtyard
Law students in class
The Law School's Judge Kathryn J. DuFour Law Library
A law student works in the clinic with a client
Law students and staff pose in Christmas sweaters in front of the law school's Christmas tree in the atrium
Professor David Lipton teaches a class
The law school's annual pancake supper in the law school's cafe'
Catholic University Law Review's Annual Symposium panel discussion in the Walter A. Slowinski Courtroom