Levin College of Law

Why UF Law?

At the University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law, Florida’s No. 1 law school, we are committed to preparing you for success in a variety of career paths – in any part of the world. A preeminent faculty, a global alumni base and an engaged student body help you build your legal network and future career.

Because we're committed to you

Accomplished, creative and diverse student body

Top-ranked academic programs

Engaged faculty who are scholars and teachers

Global alumni network

Vibrant community, esteemed guest speakers and a beautiful environment

Experiential learning opportunities beyond the classroom

Florida Supreme Court Chief Justice Jorge Labarga speaks with UF Law students in the Martin H. Levin Advocacy Center
Our students

Our students

Attending UF Law means joining a community of nearly 1,000 students who represent more than 70 colleges and universities around the country. Our accomplished, creative and diverse student body comes to UF Law with undergraduate and graduate degrees in areas such as business, finance, criminal justice, education, engineering and medicine, and many others. We are an active community with a variety of interests, and we look forward to enhancing the vibrancy of our law school with each new entering class. Learn More

Our academic programs

Our academic programs

UF Law is committed to providing our students with the tools needed to engage in the highest levels of legal practice. We offer several different types of degrees including J.D., LL.M., and the nation’s first S.J.D. in taxation. Learn More

Our faculty

Our faculty

A critical component to a top-notch legal education is working with scholars in the field. UF Law’s engaged faculty not only teach nearly every subject of law, but actively publish, present and contribute to cutting-edge research and expertise in law on a global scale. Learn More

Our alumni

Our alumni

With nearly 21,000 graduates located in 50 states and 49 countries, it’s easy to see why the Gator Law Nation has one of the strongest alumni bases in the world. Our graduates practice in every area of the law and are leaders among leaders. Among UF Law alumni are justices of the Florida Supreme Court, former presidents of the American Bar Association and Florida Bar, CEOs, academics and champions of public interest law. Learn More

Our reputation

Our reputation

UF Law is known for its commitment to academic excellence, the breadth of its faculty scholarship, robust experiential learning opportunities, its diverse and highly-credentialed student body and its global and engaged alumni base. The most recent U.S. News & World Report rankings placed UF Law 41st among all law schools. Learn More

Our community

Our community

UF Law fosters and supports a vibrant, intellectually stimulating and open minded law school community, both in and out of the classroom. Learn More

Vision & Mission

Vision & Mission

Vision  A law school dedicated to advancing human dignity, social welfare and justice through knowledge of law. Mission Statement The mission of the University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law is to achieve excellence in educating professionals, advancing legal scholarship, serving the public and fostering justice. We aspire…... Learn More

Senior Administration

Senior Administration

The dean’s leadership team plans for the future of UF Law as it continues its ascent as a powerhouse law school. Learn More

Administrative Staff

Administrative Staff

Staff and administrative offices serve UF Law by facilitating the college’s support and outreach efforts to students, faculty and alumni. Learn More

Diversity at UF Law

Diversity at UF Law

UF Law is committed to ensuring a campus that is varied in its intellectual, cultural, ethnic, racial and social diversity. The law school’s commitment to diversity is reflected in the makeup of the 2016 incoming class, which set a record as the most racially and ethnically diverse in UF Law’s history, a group that also significantly bolstered the school’s academic credentials. Learn More

ABA Required Disclosures

ABA Required Disclosures

Our required disclosures by the American Bar Association include expected student-learning outcomes, admissions standards, entering class profile, financial aid and employment statistics. Learn More

Contact Us

Contact Us

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