Law School Rankings: Zacks rank ranks law school rankings

Law School Rankings: Zacks rank ranks law school rankings

Zacks ranked law schools with the highest graduation rates and with the lowest tuition, according to a ranking of law school graduates.

Zacks found that law schools ranked higher in graduation rates than public or private universities, with about half of graduates completing their degree at a U.S. university.

Zacks also found that graduation rates were significantly higher in the top 50 law schools compared with the bottom 50.

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