FSU Law Among Nation’s Best for Quality of Life and Professors

Press Date
January 14, 2022
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Princeton Review recently released its 2022 law school rankings, and FSU Law is once again ranked the nation’s third best law school for student quality of life. In addition, FSU Law is ranked #10 on the best professors list. Both rankings are based on student ratings. The quality-of-life ranking is based on ratings of the beauty, safety, and friendliness on campus, among other things. The best professors list is based on student ratings of professors’ teaching abilities and accessibility outside the classroom. Florida State is the only Florida law school ranked in both categories.

“We are delighted to be included on Princeton Review’s rankings lists for best quality of life and best professors,” said Dean Erin O’Connor. “We regularly tell prospective students that two of our greatest strengths—and two of the primary reasons to select FSU for law school—are our world-class faculty and our collegial atmosphere, so it is gratifying to see that a publication devoted to helping students evaluate and select schools recognizes we are extremely strong in these areas when compared to other schools nationally.”

Published on January 14, 2022