Wednesday, April 17, 2013

How do students attending law schools in the South rate the quality of their practical education?

Following up on previous posts in which readers of Above the Law in New York, Boston and Chicago rated the quality of their practical legal education, the popular blog has now published  survey results for southern law schools.  Schools were rated by students on a scale of 1 to 4 with 4 being the best.  Without further ado, here's the list:

Practical and Clinical Training:

1. University of Tennessee (3.57)
2. University of Florida (3.46)
3. Wake Forest (3.33)
4. Duke (3.30)
5. Emory (3.32)
6. University of Virginia (3.23)
7. University of Richmond (3.18)
8. George Mason (3.15)
8. Tulane (3.15)
10. Vanderbilt (3.07)
11. University of Georgia (3.00)
11. University of Miami (3.00)
13. University of North Carolina (2.93)
14. University of Alabama (2.89)
15. University of South Carolina (2.20)

Click here to see how students rated their schools on the quality of faculty, financial aid advising, career counseling, and social life.

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