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April 06, 2011

The University of San Francisco School of Law has been named one of the most diverse law schools by the National Jurist.

By building diverse student bodies, law schools provide students with greater opportunities and an educational experience that is more reflective of the world, the National Jurist said.

The magazine features 45 schools with a large number of minority students and faculty in its “Diversity Honor Roll.” The USF School of Law was ranked number 12 in percentage of minority faculty.

“The reality is that the demographics of the country mean you can no longer have a good legal education that is not a diverse legal education,” said Dean Jeffrey Brand, who was quoted in the magazine.