Which law school got two No. 1 rankings by Princeton Review?
Only one law school nabbed two No. 1 spots in 14 categories of rankings released this week by the Princeton Review.
The University of Chicago Law School was ranked tops for best professors and as best for federal clerkships, according to a Jan. 31 press release and the full online list of the Princeton Review’s Best Law Schools for 2023. The online list has top 10 schools in each category.
The rankings are based on surveys of administrators at 168 law schools in 2021-2022 and surveys of 17,000 students enrolled for the past three academic years. The survey used an average of 101 student surveys for each school.
Here are the No. 1 law schools in each category:
• Best Career Prospects – New York University
• Best Classroom Experience – Stanford University
• Most Diverse Faculty – Southern University
• Greatest Resources for Women – The University of California at Davis
• Greatest Resources for Minority Students – St. Thomas University
• Most Chosen by Older Students – The University of the District of Columbia
• Best Quality of Life – The University of Virginia
• Best Professors – The University of Chicago
• Most Competitive Students – Baylor University
• Most Conservative Students – The Ave Maria School of Law
• Most Liberal Students – Northeastern University
• Toughest to Get Into – Yale University
• Best for Federal Clerkships – The University of Chicago
• Best for State and Local Clerkships – Seton Hall University