University of Chicago Law School
By the Numbers
Number of Students: 593
Student Body Demographics:
What employers are saying about University of Chicago Law School
- "Smart, driven, a little different than a typical Midwestern candidate (more of an edge)"
- "Outstanding; hard to call U of C underrated, but it is"
- "Law school education is too theoretical--would like to see lawyers with more practical experience and application of the law"
- "Not very practical; not good at being advocate"
About this School
The University of Chicago Law School, which celebrated its centennial in 2002, has long had a reputation for being a bookish, conservative-leaning institution. In some ways that reputation is well deserved--academics at Chicago are notoriously rigorous, heavy on the Socratic method and legal theory. The school also boasts an all-star faculty, wit ... Read More