Duke University School of Law
By the Numbers
Number of Students: 640
Student Body Demographics:
What employers are saying about Duke University School of Law
- "Very intellectual, yet laid-back, graduates."
- "Hard-working, smart, marketable to clients on paper right out of law school."
- "Generally strong analytical legal skills and research and writing skills. However, many seem to lack prior work experiences that may be helpful to bring into their particular field of practice."
- "Graduates of this school are not prepared to practice law. There must be no practical training provided at all."
About this School
Duke Law School began as a department of Trinity College--the original name of what later became Duke University. The school closed and reopened twice after its establishment in 1868 before becoming permanently revived in 1904. Duke Law's biggest academic strengths are environmental law and intellectual property law. The environmental law depart ... Read More
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