College of Law
David A. Brennen, Dean
The University of Kentucky College of Law is a medium-sized law school with a long tradition of excellence in teaching, service and scholarship by an outstanding faculty. Students come from across Kentucky and across the nation, and take legal positions with public and private sector employers in all parts of the United States. Founded in 1908 from a law program initiated at Transylvania University in 1799, the University of Kentucky College of Law was one of the nation's first state law schools. In 1913 the College established the nation's first law school trial practice program, and its Kentucky Law Journal is the tenth-oldest student-run law review in the nation.
College Level Data
- College Profile - includes Productivity Analysis, Diversity Scorecard, Five-Year Trends, Resources, Instructional Outcomes, Sponsored Projects and Expenditures, and Diversity Outcomes
Faculty Level Data
Student Level Data
- Course History - courses offered within College, includes enrollment number by course