Ὁ Λόγος πλήρης χάριτος καὶ ἀληθείας - Ho logos pleres charitos khoe aletheias (Greek)
Whatsoever things are true (Philippians 4:8 AV)

The word full of grace and truth (Gospel of John 1:14)Established1859 (as law department of the Old University of Chicago)

1873 (as Union College of Law)
1891 (as Northwestern University School of Law)

2015 (current name)School typePrivateParent endowmentUS $10.19 billionDeanJames Speta (Interim Dean)LocationChicago, Illinois, U.S.
41°53′47″N 87°37′03″W / 41.8963°N 87.6174°W / 41.8963; -87.6174Coordinates: 41°53′47″N 87°37′03″W / 41.8963°N 87.6174°W / 41.8963; -87.6174Enrollment658[1]Faculty190[1]USNWR ranking9th[1]Bar pass rate92% (2017)[1]Websitelaw.northwestern.eduABA profileNorthwestern Law ProfileNorthwestern-Pritzker-School-of-Law.svg

Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law,[2] is one of the professional graduate schools of Northwestern University, located in Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern Law has been ranked among the top 14, or "T14" law schools, since U.S. News & World Report began publishing its rankings.[3]

Founded in 1859, it was the first law school established in Chicago. Notable alumni include Arthur Goldberg, United States Supreme Court justice; Adlai Stevenson governor of Illinois, cabinet secretary, and Democratic presidential candidate;[4] John Paul Stevens, United States Supreme Court justice;[5] Newton Minow, former chairman of the FCC;[6] and Harold Washington, the first black Mayor of Chicago (1983–87) and, previously, a member of the U.S. House of Representatives.[7]