Creighton University’s School of Law is listed among the nation’s best law schools in the 2013 edition of the Princeton Review annual college guide. The book, “The Best 168 Law Schools,” features two-page profiles on each institution, which are full of comments about professors, academics, campus life and their fellow classmates.
Students are quoted as saying, “The faculty is committed to making the students better lawyers and they consistently push each student to really reach their potential.”
“We appreciate the Princeton Review’s recognition of our strong bar passage rate, trial practice program and accessibility of our talented faculty. Even more gratifying is the fact that the guide’s recommendations are based on surveys of those really in the know—the law students at each school they review,” said Marianne Culhane, dean of the School of Law.
Creighton University is no newcomer to the Princeton Review. The University has been listed as one of the nation’s top 377 colleges and universities in 2013, and the law school was previously listed in the review in both 2011 and 2012.
The publisher’s ranking is based on surveys of 18,000 current students and institutional data.