Although located within a large, vibrant university, the College of Law is a close-knit community. All classes are held in the Law Center, a building designed to facilitate student-faculty interaction.
The heart of the Law Center is The Forum, a space in the center of the building where students gather informally to meet, study, and talk. The patio is often filled with students, faculty, and staff. Faculty offices are located just a floor above all classrooms, making our professors easily accessible.
Our college boasts a wide range of student organizations and activities, including The University of Toledo Law Review, the Student Bar Association, the Moot Court Association, the Asian-Pacific Law Students Association, the Black Students Law Association, the Federalist Society, OUTLaw (GLBT), and the Women's Law Association. Students interested in a particular area of practice can participate in many groups, including the Business Law, Environmental Law, Intellectual Property Law, International Law, Labor and Employment Law, and Sports Law Societies.