Princeton Review Ranks USF School of Law in Top Ten in Three Categories Nationally
USF School of Law scored in the top ten nationally for three categories in the Princeton Review’s 2018 annual rankings: fifth in Resources for Minority Students, ninth in Quality of Life for Law Students, and tenth in Most Liberal Students.
The Princeton Review’s list of the 169 best U.S. law schools factor in data from its surveys of law students during the previous three academic years. The survey asked students about their school's academics, student body, and campus life, and their career plans.
According to the Princeton Review, students said USF School of Law is “a very inclusive campus and everyone from professors, faculty, and the students are very supportive.” Another student stated “I could not be happier to be at this school. The quality of life is excellent and everyone from faculty to students are really invested in your success.”