On November 1, 2018, the Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar of the American Bar Association (ABA) notified Arizona Summit Law School that it has approved the School’s Teach-Out Plan. This Plan will formally commence with the start of the Spring 2019 semester and will conclude with the end of the Spring 2020 semester. To permit the implementation of the Teachout Plan, the ABA has agreed to leave in place the School’s accreditation for the duration of the Teachout Plan, provided the School retains its state license. The accreditation will be continued for the limited purpose of allowing the School to receive credits earned by currently-enrolled students as visiting students at other ABA-approved law schools and to allow the School to award an Arizona Summit J.D. to students meeting the School’s graduation requirements. Apart from the administration and oversight of the Teach-Out Plan, the School will cease operations as an ongoing law school. The School will not admit any students and will not offer any credit-bearing courses.

ABA Standard 509 Disclosures


Section 504 and Title II Notice

It is the School's intention to achieve full compliance with Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act for all persons who wish to engage with our Schools and administration. If you are searching for information that is currently not accessible to you due to a disability, please submit your request via email tofguebara@azsummitlaw.edu.. The School’s Website Team will respond directly to your inquiry by providing the requested information in an alternate format or by otherwise making our online program, service, or activity accessible to you. To find information on how to file formal grievance under Section 504 and Title II, please contact our Section 504 Coordinator at fguebara@azsummitlaw.edu.

Gainful Employment Disclosures

Information about the U.S. Education Department's gainful employment regulations for programs: Program information was updated on May 3rd, 2018.
 *This disclosure is for a program version in which no new students are being enrolled.

Job Placement Statistics

Like all ABA-accredited law schools, Arizona Summit Law School is required to survey members of its most recent graduating class to ascertain their employment status. In April of each year, law schools report this employment data to the National Association of Law Placement (NALP), the nonprofit education association for law schools and legal employers, which oversees the annual employment survey. The data collected reflect the employment status of each law school’s graduates as of March 15. The American Bar Association requests similar employment data from its American Bar Association-accredited schools. On the subsequent April, law schools report this data to the American Bar Association.

For more information about Arizona Summit Law School’s Center for Professional Development, please contact Director of Professional Development Laurie Hodgson at lhodgson@azsummitlaw.edu or 602.682.6839.

OPEID: 0413140 Credential Level 07 = Professional Degree CIP CODE: 22.0101

Annual Security Report

In accordance with the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990, click here to read the Arizona Summit Law School Annual Security Report, including crime statistics.