Request a Transcript
You can order transcripts, copies of diplomas, and class rank through The Catholic University of America Registrar's Office (click here). Unfortunately, The Columbus School of Law cannot provide these materials.
Request a Bar Certification
You can request a bar certification through the Academic Affairs Office. Click here for the online form.
The Office of Career and Professional Development
OCPD will assist alumni at any stage of their careers with employment. You can search for jobs online or post an open position. Click here to learn more.
Pro Bono Wish List
The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law (Catholic Law) Office of Alumni Relations and the Catholic Law Pro Bono Program are teaming up to bring you an exciting initiative called the ‘Pro Bono Wish List.’ The goal of this initiative to engage alumni as mentors to law students who assist them in their pro bono cases. By taking part, you will not only impact the life of someone in need of access to justice but you will help shape the outlook of the students who aid you. By your example, the students learn the significance of pro bono work and how important it is to serve those in our community who are in need. Click here to learn more.
Catholic Law Alumni are welcome to use the Judge Kathryn J. DuFour Law Library to take advantage of the library’s extensive collection, services and full access to online databases. Our librarians will be happy to help you in your research. For information on access policies, wireless connectivity, online catalogs and bar exam resources, please click here.
What better way to show your school pride than to wear it! The CUA bookstore has a number of Law School items available for gifts for students, grads and alums. Click here to see the growing selections and don't forget to pick something up for yourself!
Law School Journals
Research current or archived resources on Faculty Scholarship, Catholic University Law Review, and Catholic University Journal of Law and Technology, as well as archived issues of CommLaw Conspectus: Journal of Communications and Law and Technology and Journal of Contemporary Health Law and Policy at CUA Law’s online digital repository, click here.
Institutes & Special Programs
Practice-ready is more than a marketing slogan. The Institutes and Special Programs of the Columbus School of Law take great pride in its outstanding record of training students to practice law with a minimal learning curve in the real world. The gap between theory and the practice of law is bridged through an advanced curriculum, substantive experiential learning, and research and scholarly writing.
Whether you received a certificate in Law & Technology (Communications); Law and Public Policy; Securities Law; Comparative and International Law; or Compliance, Investigations, and Corporate Responsibility, our graduates have built extraordinary careers in various industries and corporations, large-to-small law firms, state and federal government, special interest and non-profit organizations in Washington, D.C., throughout the nation, and internationally. Many of our graduates give their time, talents and resources to build a dynamic law school community. We invite you to join this growing active community of alumni, faculty, students and friends who share resources and knowledge.