Overview shot of Phoenix, AZ.

In addition to the vibrant, growing downtown area where Arizona Summit Law School (Summit) is located, you’ll find everything under the sun that’s fun in metropolitan Phoenix. With more than 325 days of sunshine each year, great weather creates numerous opportunities for outdoor recreation, sightseeing, shopping, dining and nightlife.

Easy Access

Commuting throughout the area is easy on the Valley Metro Light Rail system. With a stop just a block from the school and others all across the downtown area and city, you can get to where you’re going in a way that’s fun, fast and affordable.

Our Great Outdoors

Discover miles of hiking and mountain biking trails. Encounter unique desert vegetation and wildlife. Play championship golf or tennis. Go horseback riding and hot-air ballooning. Or just relax poolside and soak up some sun. Just a short drive away are winter skiing and lakes galore.

More To Do

There’s more to see outside the city, where you can explore Arizona’s quirky small towns. Tour ancient ruins and get a feel for American Indian culture. Or, you can visit any one of 100 different museums and art galleries in the surrounding area, including the Phoenix Art Museum, the Heard Museum, the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art and the Musical Instrument Museum. Or catch an award-winning theatrical performance. It’s easy to do when you’re living in the sixth largest city in the U.S.

Dining and Shopping

Arizona is a world-class shopping and dining destination. From eclectic boutiques and eateries in Old Town Scottsdale, to luxury brand retailers and restaurants in Kierland and Biltmore Fashion Park, to exciting nightlife in Scottsdale, there’s something to satisfy everyone’s taste.

Sports Enthusiasts Rejoice

The area is also a sports lover’s mecca. Catch Phoenix Suns basketball. Arizona Cardinals football. Arizona Diamondbacks baseball. Arizona Coyotes hockey. And the most-attended event on the PGA Tour — the Waste Management Open.