The University of Virginia School of Law continues to rank No. 1 in “Best Quality of Life” and “Best Professors” in The Princeton Review’s annual law school rankings.
According to the recently released 2019 rankings, the Law School is also No. 2 in “Best Classroom Experience,” No. 4 in “Best Career Prospects” and No. 6 in “Toughest to Get Into.”
Only UVA Law and Stanford University’s Law School cracked the top 10 in all five of these categories.
The Law School has been ranked No. 1 in “Best Quality of Life” since the 2015 rankings and in “Best Professors” since 2018.
The Princeton Review factored in data from surveys of 17,700 students attending 165 law schools, as well as admissions and career outcome data reported by institutions to the American Bar Association.