The editors at The Lawyer magazine and the National Law Review have compiled a list of what they believe to be the best undergraduate law schools. The main criteria used in compiling the ranking included overall academic rigor, student body diversity, faculty quality and alumni success. Each school was awarded up to 100 points based on these criteria with lower score equating to higher rank.
1) Cambridge University (England) – 362 points – 1st place
2) Harvard University (Massachusetts) – 357 points – 2nd place
3) Yale University (Connecticut)*- 355 points – 3rd place*Tie -Yale’s tied for 3rd is its highest ranking ever