Summary: It is possible to attend a great law school while also having a life. This is a list of the top 10 law schools where students can also enjoy their life.
There are lots of lifestyle law schools out there that allow for extra time to fill with extra-curricular activities like sports and partying. Law.com formulated their list of the top 10 lifestyle law school’s where students can attend great or decent enough schools but with a little more freedom by using U.S. News & World Report rankings, GraduatePrograms.com’s best social life law school list, and the Princeton Review’s best party schools. They also included facts like location into the results. Here is what they came up with compared to the U.S. News Ranking:
Ranked No. 40 , is the 19th party school, and 4th social life law school program.
Ranked No. 48, is the 18th party school, and the 3rd social life law school.
Ranked No. 8 and is the 12th social life law school.
Ranked No. 28 and is the 5th social life law school program.
Ranked No. 12 and is the 8th social life program.
Ranked No. 15 and is the 36th social life law school.
Ranked No. 18 and is the 23rd social life law school program.
Ranked No. 33.
Ranked No. 60.
Ranked No. 50 and is the 9th party school.
Interesting enough is that only four of the top 10 on the list are ranked in the top 20 U.S. News & World Report ranking. That says a lot about how the best law schools generally are the best because the programs require full-time participation from students.
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To learn more about law school rankings, read these articles:
- 2017 Law School Rankings by U.S. News & World Report
- The U.S. News Law School Rankings for 2016
- Yet Another Set of Law School Rankings: The Best Law Schools in the World