Most Competitive Law Students at Baylor, Most Liberal at CUNY, Survey Finds
Posted Oct 6, 2009 7:36 AM CST
By Debra Cassens Weiss
Prospective law students who relish a competitive environment may want consider to Baylor University's law school, according to a new survey.
Law students there are the most competitive, according to a survey by the Princeton Review. Meanwhile, the best quality of life for law students is at the University of Virginia, and the best classroom experience is at the University of Texas at Austin, the survey found.
The Am Law Daily got an advance look at the Princeton rankings in 11 different categories, based on surveys of more than 18,000 law students and data from school administrators.
Other findings: The City University of New York has the most liberal students and is most often favored by older students. The best environment for minority law students is at the University of Hawaii. The best career prospects are at Northwestern, while the best professors are at the University of Chicago.