Welcome to the University of Toledo College of Law, Student Bar Association website! The purpose of this page is to provide law students with information regarding the numerous educational, professional and social opportunities available to students at the University of Toledo College of Law. Student Bar Association (SBA) serves as the umbrella organization to all student organizations at the University of Toledo College of Law. Please check back soon for information about upcoming events!
Welcome to the University of Toledo College of Law!
Congratulations on your admission and welcome to Toledo Law! As President of the Student Bar Association (SBA), the student government here at Toledo Law, I would like to introduce you to some of the opportunities available to Toledo Law students, and personally invite you to join our community.
Toledo is a unique place to attend law school. Toledo has a very large, open and welcoming legal community to help you start your legal career. There are several courts tucked inside of downtown including Toledo Municipal Court, Lucas County Court of Common Pleas, United States District Court Northern District of Ohio, and the 6th District Court of Appeals. Additionally, Toledo offers a plethora of things to do when your nose isn’t in your torts book. You can spend your time walking in one of the beautiful local MetroParks, catch a Mudhens or Walleye game, grab a pizza at The Village Idiot, admire the paintings at the Toledo Art Museum, and more!
I cannot speak highly enough of the academic experience at Toledo Law. The faculty, staff and administrators at Toledo are second-to-none and are always open to consultation should you have any questions regarding coursework or your career pathway. In addition to our doctrinal offerings, Toledo Law also offers clinical opportunities, such as the Criminal Law, Civil Advocacy, and Dispute Resolution Clinics. We also have student organizations which focus on several areas of the law such as Labor and Employment Law, Business Law, and Public Interest Law.
I hope that you will take the opportunity to visit the Law School during one of our Admitted Students Days (or at any time that is convenient for you) to get a feel for the community yourself. We would love to have you learn more about the spirit of our student body, student life, our faculty, the curriculum and anything else that will aid in your decision-making process. Please feel free to contact me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. You can also get more information on the student perspective by liking the Toledo Law SBA Facebook page and learn more about how our student government can serve as a resource in your admissions process on our website.
Congratulations, once again, and we hope you’ll join us here at Toledo Law.
Kayleigh Burden ‘17
Student Bar Association President