Notre Dame's Law School is located at the entrance to the campus of the University of Notre Dame, a Holy Cross institution, founded in 1842 by the Rev, Edward F, Sorin, C.S.C., a French priest of the Congregation of Holy Cross.
The school is approved by the American Bar Association and is a member of the Association of American Law Schools. It is a community of faculty and students of every race and creed from throughout the nation and the world. The Notre Dame program aims to educate men and women to become lawyers of extraordinary professional competence who possess a partisanship for justice, an ability to respond to human need, and compassion for their clients and colleagues. Notre Dame lawyers are actively involved in public service. Some graduates spend the first few years in public service practice; others are active in pro bono publico programs; and still others devote their careers to public service work, The learning program is geared to skill and service; it is presided over by a faculty which has experience in the practice of law, on the bench, and in public life; and it aspires to be a learning community in which teachers and students learn from one another.
OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION
OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION (Faculty)
Housing and Health
Notre Dame Lawyer, Moot Court
Requirements for Admission and Graduation
THE PROGRAM OF COURSES IN LAW
Fees and Expenses
Natural Law Institute
Notre Dame Law Association
University of Notre Dame, "Bulletin of the University of Notre Dame The Law School 1990-91, Volume 85, Number 5" (1989). Bulletins of Information. 35.