Washburn Law Given an A in Trial Advocacy in PreLaw Magazine

Photograph: Students In CourtroomWashburn Law was one of 12 law schools that were given an "A" in Trial Advocacy in preLaw Magazine, Spring 2016 edition.

Schools were graded on the breadth of their curricular offerings. To earn an A, a school must offer a concentration, clinic, externship, and a center. Washburn Law also offers a Certificate in Advocacy.

Washburn Law has a long history of graduating outstanding trial lawyers and judges. Through an innovative combination of scholarship, advocacy, skills training, and advocacy-related research, our Advocacy program trains students to be persuasive, ethical, and skilled advocates in the community.

Our curriculum targets several professional areas, including civil and commercial litigation, criminal law, appellate practice, trial advocacy, arbitration, and mediation.