Creighton University’s School of Law is listed among the nation’s best law schools in the 2014 edition of the Princeton Review’s annual law school guide, “The Best 169 Law Schools.” The guide features two-page profiles of each institution, with student comments about professors, academics, campus life and their classmates.
Creighton law students say their faculty are knowledgeable and passionate about their work, and maintain an open door policy. They emphasize that “the practical experiences available at Creighton are unreal” with trial teams that compete nationally and a negotiations team “taught by the man who wrote the book on Negotiations competitions— quite literally.”
“Creighton Law provides such a meaningful experience because of our small size, the focus on fundamentals, the accessibility of the faculty, and the hands-on opportunities for students to put their learning into practice through externships, clinics, and competition teams,” said Marianne Culhane, dean of the law school.
Creighton’s law school has been listed in the last three best law school editions and the University was recognized as one of the nation’s top 377 colleges and universities in 2014.
The publisher’s ranking is based on surveys of 18,500 current students and institutional data.