We are recognized for our unmatched value in the areas of teaching quality, affordability, and first-time bar passage rates.
First-time bar passage rate in 11 jurisdictions, ranking us No. 1 among Ohio’s nine law schools
Lowest private law school tuition in the Midwest
Our law student-to-faculty ratio is one of the lowest in the nation
Guaranteed clinic and externship placements
“ONU Law fosters a welcoming, yet rigorous learning environment, that challenges you as a student and leaves you yearning for more.”
Sofia McDaniel, law student
One of the best kept secrets
A legal education that blends rigorous coursework with extensive opportunities for practical application. Professors and peers who know you by name and go above and beyond to help you succeed. Small class sizes, exceptional bar passage rates, and outstanding job placements. Discover what ONU Law can offer you.
Looking for a top-tier legal education that won’t leave you saddled with debt? ONU Law offers the lowest tuition among private law schools in the Great Lakes Region--and that’s before scholarships and aid. Every year we provide nearly $2 million in scholarships to ONU law students.
Law school is a big step for your future. We are here to answer your questions and assist you along the way. Reach out to one of our admissions counselors directly. We’d love to hear from you!
Come see for yourself
Come experience the friendliness and quiet of our beautiful campus. We think you’ll agree that ONU is the perfect place to study law. Schedule a visit for a day that works best for you, or plan to attend our Fall Preview Day in November.
“ONU has been a great fit for me. I’ve been able to focus on my studies, meet interesting people, and travel to new places all over Ohio.”
Evan Thorstad, law student
Next steps after acceptance
Once you’ve been accepted into ONU Law, you become part of a close-knit community. We invite you to take advantage of all we have to offer--and enjoy! We’ll guide you through the next steps, including making a deposit and participating in our Accepted Students Day.