Suffolk Law School Gets Raves: Law School Ranks Among Best


Suffolk University Law School has been named one of the nation’s best law schools by The Princeton Review. The Law School’s inclusion in “Best 117 Law Schools” is based on student surveys and institutional data. “Every school we profile in this book offers students an outstanding law school education, yet each one is distinctive in its academic programs and campus environment,” said Robert Franek, Princeton Review’s vice president in charge of guidebook publishing.

Students surveyed praised Suffolk Law School’s location in the heart of Boston’s legal community, its superlative research resources and its beautiful building.

The Princeton Review surveyed 7,000 students during the 2003-2004 academic year, asking them more than 40 questions about themselves, their career plans and their school’s academics, student body and campus life.

Among Suffolk University Law School students’ comments:

“Benefits significantly from its location in the hub of Boston and its proximity to the State House. The school is frequented by judges and some of the most important people on the Boston legal scene.”

“Excellent network of alumni who ... have made themselves accessible to us. They offer advice and also will be useful in securing jobs.”

“The most modern law school in New England.”

“Professors use technology in the classroom on a daily basis, and it is a great asset to the learning experience.”

“The quality of education at Suffolk Law School is equal to that of top law schools around the country. Suffolk combines legal theory with practical experience, which gives it a fabulous reputation. ...”

“Suffolk attracts great adjunct professors who are leaders in their fields because they can teach class in addition to maintaining their practices.”

“The academic support program is excellent and very accommodating.”

“[Professors] are always willing to help a student out, whether it is to explain something or just to talk.”

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