Friday, January 10, 2014

Magazine Ranks Top Law Schools For Religiously Devout Students

The Winter 2014 issue of Pre-Law Magazine has published a new set of law school rankings-- Best Law Schools for the Devout. Topping the list of the 10 best law schools for devout Catholics are Ave Maria and University of St. Thomas-Minneapolis. Leading the list of the 5 best law schools for devout Christians (non-Catholic) are Liberty and Trinity. At the top of the 5 best for devout Mormons: Brigham Young and Creighton. Heading the list of the 5 best law schools for devout Jews are Cardozo and Touro. And topping the list of the 5 best law schools for devout Muslims are UCLA and Michigan State. [Thanks to Mirror of Justice for the lead.]

2 comments:

jimbino said...

And what are the best law schools for devout atheists and humanists?

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