Grading in the first year is held to a C curve--lower than at most law schools--but it rises to a B in subsequent years. Toledo Law has four joint degree programs: a JD/MBA, JD/MPA, JD/MS in engineering and JD/MA in criminal justice. In Vault's surveys, students highlight the accommodating faculty and staff, who they say are great assets to the school and help them land spots, even in overbooked classes. The faculty is also a valuable resource when it comes to looking for a job. Though the school is working on expanding its reach, employment prospects for Toledo Law are best in Northwest Ohio and neighboring Michigan.
All students commute to school from neighboring areas; luckily, housing adjacent to campus is cheap and readily available. Toledo is known for its great park system and bike paths, advantages for outdoorsy students.