April 2014—Nonresident students will see tuition decrease significantly starting in 2014. Students from outside the state will pay $29,000 per year starting in the 2014–15 year as part of Arizona Law's long-range plan to make law school more affordable and accessible.
"Last spring, we were the first law school in the country to make meaningful cuts in both resident and nonresident tuition, and we'll continue to look for ways to make a great public legal education possible, as we have for many years," said Dean Marc L. Miller.
"We want to be aggressive in bringing in the top students in Arizona and the country." Miller continued, "This step, along with our other initiatives like the "early bar" project and greater allocation of resources to our national Career Development Office, make getting a legal education here even more valuable."
At $29,000 annually Arizona Law is among the lowest cost of the nation's top-tier law schools. This tuition is lower than many other state resident tuitions. Miller added that he had noted marked interest among prospective law students in California, and expected a higher number of applications in this admissions cycle.