UND School of Law: At A Glance
From Tradition to Tomorrow
Founded in 1899, and steeped in rich tradition, the University of North Dakota School of Law has served as the state's only law school and has shaped the legal environment of North Dakota. The School of Law blends an innovative education with creative and entrepreneurial opportunities and a spirit of community in its education of approximately 250 students.
Since 1911, the School of Law has been a member of the American Association of Law Schools. The School of Law was approved in 1923 by the American Bar Association's Section of Legal Education, and has been continuously reaccredited since. For more information on UND Law's ABA accreditation, please contact the ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar.
The education of our students includes courses taught by a talented group of faculty from some of the nation's "best" law schools and with impressive experience in private practice and government service.
It should-and does-make a difference where an attorney is educated. The distinct character of the UND School of Law, along with the ideals of the practice of law in North Dakota shape what it means to be a UND educated attorney.
Set in the Heart of A Major University
The University of North Dakota is the state's most comprehensive research university and the primary center for professional education and training. UND enrolls more than 15,000 students in over 225 fields of study from baccalaureate through doctoral and professional degrees.
UND is admired for its spacious and beautiful wooded and landscaped campus, bisected by a scenic river called the English Coulee. Beyond the classroom you will enjoy all that UND has to offer including a state-of-the-art Wellness Center and Division I athletic programs.
Located in a 'Simply Grand' City
Grand Forks is home to the University of North Dakota and the state's only School of Law. A community of nearly 60,000, Grand Forks offers a small-town feel with all the opportunities of an urban area. Located in northeastern North Dakota, Grand Forks is in the heart of the Red River Valley on the North Dakota/Minnesota border. It's Way Cooler Than You Think.