Brooklyn Law School ranks 111th in latest U.S. News law school rankings
A look at the rankings from NYU to Touro
The recent law school rankings by U.S. News have delineated a broad spectrum of legal education institutions across New York, with Brooklyn Law School holding its own amidst a highly competitive landscape. The rankings are a testament to the varying academic experiences and opportunities offered by these institutions.
Here’s a snapshot of the rankings of New York law schools, according to U.S. News:
- NYU Law (4)
- Columbia Law (8)
- Cornell University (13)
- Fordham University (29)
- St. John’s University (60)
- Cardozo University (69)
- Albany Law School (105)
- Brooklyn Law School (111)
- Syracuse University (122)
- New York Law School (125)
- Pace University (131)
- Hofstra University (140)
- CUNY School of Law (154)
- Touro University (167)
At the zenith, NYU Law, standing fourth nationally, showcases a rich academic culture with a tuition fee of $76,290 and a favorable student-faculty ratio of 6.3:1. Its comprehensive practical training modules, from the outset, provide students with an interactive legal education.
Brooklyn Law School, ranking 111th, offers a more modest tuition fee at $68,321 (full-time) and $51,366 (part-time), with a student-faculty ratio of 10:1. Its location in close proximity to New York City’s legal hubs is an added advantage for real-world exposure. The school’s part-time program and a variety of legal clinics, like the Brooklyn Law Incubator & Policy (BLIP) Clinic, provide flexible and practical learning experiences.
Touro University (tThe Fuchsberg Law Center) Law School, positioned at 167, presents an even more economical tuition structure with a similar student-faculty ratio to Brooklyn Law. However, its lower bar passage rates and overall score reflect the challenges it faces in a competitive academic environment.
This diverse array of rankings among New York law schools reflects a wide range of academic and practical experiences available to aspiring legal professionals.
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