UND Law Named "Best Value" by preLaw Magazine
School of Law
The University of North Dakota was recently identified by preLaw Magazine, a sister publication of The National Jurist, as one of the “Best Value” law schools in the country.
According to the original article, “The magazine’s ranking takes into account in-state tuition, debt and the percent of graduates employed nine months after graduation, in addition to bar passage. The methodology was modified this year to enhance fairness. In the past, a law school needed a better bar pass rate than it’s state average to be included on the list. This year, the magazine used a two-year average for both bar pass rate and percent of students employed, and it did not automatically exclude a school that did not meet the bar pass standard or a tuition or employment standard.”
This is the fifth time since 2004 the magazine has honored law schools for providing a good value. The magazine will release its final ranking and grades of the 60 law schools selected in its Fall issue in October.
University of North Dakota, "UND Law Named "Best Value" by preLaw Magazine" (2011). UND News Archive. 178.