The Student Learning Outcomes below are designed to further CUNY School of Law's dual educational missions of preparing outstanding social justice attorneys and diversifying the legal profession.  CUNY School of Law, a leader in progressive legal education has developed a curriculum that threads doctrine, theory, and practice through the curriculum.

The law school's outcomes are listed under the headings provided by ABA Standard 302. Listed under each outcome are examples of the type of work that may be used to determine competency. See our learning outcomes. <pdf>

In addition, the Law School complies with 22 N.Y.C.R.R. § 520.18 through the second pathway, which requires the Law School to submit proof that each student completed 15 credits of practice-based experiential coursework designed to foster professional competency training.