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ABA Required Disclosures

In compliance with American Bar Association (ABA) Standard 509, which requires all ABA-accredited law schools to publish particular information for prospective Juris Doctor (JD) candidates, DePaul University College of Law is pleased to provide the following consumer information. 

​ABA Standard 509 509 Report​
Admissions & Enrollment Data Admissions & Enrollment
​Transfer Applicant Information
Employment Data​ ABA Employment Summary Reports & NALP Statistics​
​Bar Passage Data ABA First Time & Ultimate Bar Passage Report
​​​​Financial Information​
Tuition, Fees & Living Expenses Informatio​n 509 Report​
​Financial Aid ​Information 509 Report​
Tuition Deposit Refund Policy​
Tuition Refund Policy​
Scholarship Information & Retention
Degree Requirements​​​​ ​JD Degree Requirements ​Learning Outcomes
​JD/LLM ​​Degree Requirements Learning Outcomes
JD/MA in International Studies​ ​​​Degree Requirements Learning Outcomes​​
JD/MBA ​​Degree Requirements Learning Outcomes
JD/MS in Computer Science Technology ​​Degree Requirements Learning Outcomes​​
JD/MS in Public Service Management ​​Degree Requirements Learning Outcomes​​
​​​Other Curriculum Information Academic Calendar​
​Course Catalog
Class Sizes
Faculty & Staff Resources​ Law Faculty​ Faculty Resources​ Full-Time Faculty​
​Law Staff Administration ​Library General​
Reports  Public Safety Report​
College of Law Facilities​​
The ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar can be contacted at: 

321 North Clark Street, 21st Floor
Chicago, IL 60654
(312) 988-6738
DePaul University College of Law was accredited by the American Bar Association in 1925 and has been a member of the Association of American Law Schools since 1924 and the Order of the Coif since 1992.