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Law Students Rank Northwestern Best for Career Prospects


If you are looking for a law school with the best career prospects, you might want to consider Northwestern University.

Northwestern’s law school was ranked No. 1 for best career prospects in a Princeton Review survey of 18,000 students attending 167 law schools, according to a press release. The report lists top-ranking law schools in 11 categories.

Other top-ranked law schools include:

• Boston University, for best professors

• Stanford University, for best classroom experience

• Duke University, for best quality of life

• Baylor University, for most competitive students

• Yale University, for toughest to get into (based on schools’ self-reported data)

• Ave Maria University, for most conservative students

• Northeastern University, for most liberal students

Coverage of last year’s rankings:

ABAJournal.com: “Most Competitive Law Students at Baylor, Most Liberal at CUNY, Survey Finds”

ABAJournal.com: “Stanford Is No. 1 in Prof’s Take on Princeton Review Survey”

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