Consumer Information (ABA Required Disclosures)

Standard 509 of the American Bar Association Standards and Rules of Procedure for the Approval of Law Schools requires the Law School to disclose a variety of consumer information on its website. This page provides convenient access to that information.

Standard 509 Information Reports

The ABA Standard 509 information reports contain basic information about the Law School regarding admissions, curriculum, enrollment, financial aid, tuition and other required areas in an ABA-approved format.

2022 Report | 2021 Report | 2020 Report

Employment Outcomes

Detailed employment statistics about our recent graduates, including the ABA employment summary reports, are available here.

Bar Passage Outcomes

Information about bar exam passage rates, including the ABA bar passage summary reports, is available here.

Conditional Scholarships

The Law School does not award conditional scholarships as defined by ABA Standard 509, therefore we do not publish ABA conditional scholarship retention data worksheets. General information on grants and scholarships is available here.

Learning Outcomes

The law faculty has established these learning outcomes for Virginia’s J.D. program of legal education.

Refund Policies

Information about the refund policies that apply to students who leave school during the semester is available here.

Transfer of Credit Policy

Our transfer of credit policy and information about articulation agreements are available here (also see our Academic Policies).

Curricular Offerings, Academic Calendar and Academic Requirements