When it comes to your future, you have options.

Arizona Summit Law School offers schedules to fit your life.

Dreams are a funny thing. They follow us around, everywhere we go, reminding us—hey, I’m here. Do something about me.

If you’ve long dreamed of law school but never thought it could work for you, we invite you to think again. You see, we’re dreamers too.  That’s how Arizona Summit Law School began ten years ago. A group of dreamers who wanted to revolutionize legal education, to make it more accessible for other dreamers who refuse to give up.

Whether you’re looking to change careers, or to continue the path of your education after recently completing your undergraduate degree, we have a plan for you.

At Arizona Summit Law School, creating opportunities for those who are passionate about the law to begin their law school education is part of our mission, and that means scheduling options that meet your needs, not ours.

Check out the links below for more details, and download this all-in-one guide to your scheduling options.

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  • Our full-time JD program with its trimester system enables students to complete law school in just 2-3 years.

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  • You’ve dreamed of law school, but quitting your job made that dream seem impossible. Not anymore. Our part-time evening schedule offers classes from 6-10 pm, with the ability to complete your JD in 3-4 years.

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  • For those who work nights, are raising a family, or just seeking to study at a less-demanding pace, our part-time day program offers you the ability to balance life and school and complete your JD in 3-4 years.

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