Northwestern University School of Law
By the Numbers
Number of Students: 781
Student Body Demographics:
What employers are saying about Northwestern University School of Law
- "Students seem more pragmatic than at a lot of other highly ranked law schools"
- "Most students are older so their graduates are more mature and focused"
- "Typically smart, occasionally not as creative as one would hope"
- "Not practical in knowledge"
About this School
Northwestern Law was originally founded as the Union College of Law and unaffiliated with a university. It joined Northwestern in 1881. Today, the school has a broad reputation for academic quality, focusing on practical skills like trial advocacy and legal writing for which Northwestern was ranked No. 3 and No. 8, respectively, by U.S. News & ... Read More
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