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The University of Tennessee College of Law

Changing Lives Together

We are fostering the next generation of leaders and lawyers through academic diligence, experiential learning, and a call to improve the lives of those in our communities.

Degree Programs

UT Law offers J.D. and LL.M. degrees, joint-degrees, and graduate certificates.

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Legal Careers

Employers: Work with our Career Services staff to address your needs and connect with our students.

Recent News

Work That Makes a Difference – Juan Quevedo (’16)

Whether they are defending the rights of inmates, arguing for changes in state and federal legislation, representing immigrants facing deportation, or serving low-income offenders who could not otherwise find adequate representation, public interest attorneys face some of the profession’s most challenging legal work.

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Faces of UT Law

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Cheri Beasley
('91)

Alumna Cheri Beasley’s journey to become the North Carolina Supreme Court Justice ended with an outcome she didn’t anticipate.
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Pamela Reeves ('79)

University of Tennessee College of Law alumna Pamela Reeves has been named Chief Judge of the Eastern District of Tennessee. She succeeds U.S. District Judge Thomas A. Varlan who held the chief judgeship for seven years.
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The University of Tennessee College of Law

CHANGING LIVES TOGETHER​

We are fostering the next generation of leaders and lawyers through academic diligence, experiential learning, and a call to improve the lives of those in our communities.

Degree Programs

UT Law offers J.D. and LL.M. degrees, joint-degrees, and graduate certificates.

Legal Careers

Employers: Work with our Career Services staff to address your needs and connect with our students.

Join the Legacy

Apply Today

Take the next step and begin your legal education journey.

Recent News

Work That Makes a Difference – Juan Quevedo (’16)

Whether they are defending the rights of inmates, arguing for changes in state and federal legislation, representing immigrants facing deportation, or serving low-income offenders who could not otherwise find adequate representation, public interest attorneys face some of the profession’s most challenging legal work.

Read More »

Faces of UT Law

20190404_Beasely, C_PMR018 copy

Cheri Beasley ('91)

Alumna Cheri Beasley’s journey to become the North Carolina Supreme Court Justice ended with an outcome she didn’t anticipate.
PamelaReevesHeadshot

Pamela Reeves ('79)

University of Tennessee College of Law alumna Pamela Reeves has been named Chief Judge of the Eastern District of Tennessee. She succeeds U.S. District Judge Thomas A. Varlan who held the chief judgeship for seven years.
Upcoming Events