USF law students make their case in moot court. (file photo)
Life can be tough for a
law student—a new
school to get used to, overwhelming legal briefs to wade through, and titanic loans
to pay off. Lucky for University of San Francisco law students their school is
ranked second in the nation for ‘quality of life’.
The rank is based on the survey
answers of 18,500 students from 169 of the best American Bar Associated-accredited
law schools in the country, as compiled by Princeton Review in its book “The
Best 169 Law Schools: 2014 Edition.” The questions focused on academics, campus
life, and more.
USF’s law school also ranked
high for the number of liberal students at the school (sixth) and for the diversity
of its faculty (eighth).