At the Southern University Law Center, we believe that learning the law should be an exciting and challenging process that is both engaging and affordable. SULC prides itself on being one of the most affordable law schools in the country, accredited by both the American Bar Association and the American Association of Law Schools.
At SULC, you will learn from and grow under the guidance of experienced, engaged, and published faculty members who are leading the way in cutting-edge research, interesting scholarship, and hands-on public service. Join our community and take the first step towards your legal career at the Southern University Law Center.
Ranked as the 4th most affordable law school to attend in the United States, our Law Center focuses on giving students the best value for their investment with our full-time and part-time day and evening programs. In addition, SULC offers a variety of financial aid programs to qualified students to help you achieve your dreams.
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